We weren’t optimistic as we sat down here as the place was packed and the service was rushed off its feet. But credit where its due. Olek kept the show on the road and our order made it out of the kitchen in good shape and in reasonable time considering the crowds. Found on the newly pedestrianised Stagiewna street on the Granary Island, this place clearly has a very promising future. The central theme here, as can be deduced from the name, is bread and wine. The bread is made in-house, as is the pasta and the wall of wine beautifully presented inside the very attractive interior, is comprehensive in choice. The aforementioned pasta was good (we tried the Tagliolini with shrimps, chorizo sausage and tomatoes) but special mention is reserved for the duck. It was late on in the day, the crowd ensured that the kitchen must have been working at full-steam, yet it arrived looking a bit rushed built was perfectly cooked and was very tasty. Catch them on a quieter evening than we did and we’re sure it will be a memorable experience.