If you're venturing beyond the confines of the extreme city centre, possibly going onward to (or returning from) Southern Katowice, you could do much worse than paying Sicilia Ristorante a visit. Found inside a classy building, and here for over 20 years, they must be doing something right to have lasted this long (no mean feat in Poland). Despite the name, the interior feels like a cosy family run trattoria in the Mediterranean that's been going for years, with the extensive menu matching the vibe, featuring the usual Italian favourites like pizza. It is, however, worth trying dishes that have the Sicilian flare after which the restaurant takes its name - the pasta and seafood dishes definitely spring to mind. The wine list is equally impressive and is probably the highlight. Lunch specials are served 13:00-17:00. Not bad.