A peculiar mix of cafe, bar, restaurant, gallery and shop squeezed into the attractive but not necessarily comfortable surroundings of one half of St. John's Gate. Klatka B refers to the address (staircase B) of its side of the gate while Grand Hostel can be found in the other half. There's a lot to like, not least the views out onto the river through the wooden framed windows and the menu, which makes great use of locally sourced ingredients, makes this is a perfect lunch stop. What we found remarkable is that the chef seemed to be conjuring up the dishes, most which came in small, round ceramic bowls, from a kitchen the size of a handkerchief. All credit to him too, as our pumpkin soup and potato and Kashubian sausage casserole were very tasty and this is worthy of your business for breakfast, lunch or drinks later in the day.