Put simply, the most delicious ribs we have ever tasted. This sounds like one hell of a claim considering how often ribs, particularly pork ribs, appear on the menu of a restaurant in Poland, but we're not exaggerating. Found out in old Wrzeszcz, the street's nothing to look at (found around the corner from the heart of old Wrzeszcz - Wajdeloty - and inside its fairly dull, with a bit of a faded wild west thing going on. But look right past that to the huge American bbq oven behind the counter. It's this 'Route 66 Grill' beech-fired monster that performs the magic cooking the marinated and smoked meat slowly over more than twelve hours. There are beef as well as pork ribs and these come priced by the 100g and offered with sides of homemade baked beans. coleslaw, roasted potatoes, pickles and even mac & cheese. We paid nearly 100zl for 2 (we went for 200g of ribs each), which included sides and a drink and despite the 200g of beef ribs looking ridiculously small, it was absolutely worth it. In fact it's taking all of our willpower to keep our focus on the road and to keep driving every time we've passed Wrzeszcz recently.