Describing itself as ‘a combination of high-class Czech brewing and traditional Polish cuisine’, Kozlovna takes its name from the popular Czech beer brand, Kozel, whose mascot and brewery resident is a goat named Olda. Consequently, this goat-motif can be found just about everywhere in this modern restaurant, most notably the hooved-table legs! Ironically, goat is just about the only meat not found on the menu. A solid range of meals, from wild boar sausages to roast duck with generous sides of cabbage and potato, gives you a fairly strong idea of how one can expect to dine here. By the way, it's not so exclusively Polish - recent changes on the menu have included more Czech dishes too. These ample courses can be washed down with a number of light and dark-flavoured Czech craft beers on tap.