One of the most well-known and long-running Polish food franchises, Chłopskie Jadło is a reliable romp through the glories of Polish peasant cooking, and a popular choice for tourist groups. Once known for their blue country cottage interiors, a recent re-branding has preserved the atmosphere of 19th century village life created by the collection of rustic furnishings, farming machinery, folk music and motifs - not to mention staff members kitted out as saucy country wenches - while modernising it to look less like an old-fashioned museum. The fresh red and beige colour palette brings a brightness and levity that was previously lacking, and somehow makes the lengthy menu of stodgy peasant dishes more palatable, despite portions being as gut-busting as ever. Also at ul. Św. Agnieszki 1 (C-6, open 12:00-22:00, Fri, Sat 12:00-23:00).