Let’s get one thing straight before you head in: Taj, in the Polish pronunciation, sounds like ‘Thai’, so don’t walk in expecting to be transported to Indian climes. Now that we’ve ironed out any potential mishaps, firstly, admire the revamped former train station building from the outside. Done. Now head in and see a spacious interior filled with a tasteful assortment of plants, artwork and lanterns. The food is definitely catered towards the Polish pallet, so not too hot, but don't let that put any of you off, as the food is still delicious and it looks amazing - the chefs are all from Thailand, so kudos to them! Choose from street food favourites, starters, to soups like the coconut milk based Tom Yung Kung, satay, spring rolls, papaya salad, curries, pad thai, stir-fried tofu with cashews, and other Thai favourites. The menu is extensive, colourful, and caters for meat eaters and vegans too. The staff are still a little green but they're friendly and do their best to ensure you enjoy your visit.