We've literally been waiting in disbelief for a decent restaurant to open on Rynek Podgórski, but the day has finally come. Given the lack of successul predecessors, Durum wisely keeps it casual and simple, offering a concise menu of fresh, gluten-tastic pasta and pierogi, alongside salads and soups (we recommend the chowder), plus daily lunch specials. While the pasta dishes are delicious, it's the pierogi that really distinguish themselves with unorthodox fillings like duck, boletus, red cabbage and red wine, or black lentils, feta, and roasted beetroot. Certainly among the best dumplings in town, it's only a shame that the portions are so small (with only 6, we could easily eat two orders); as such, we can't call it a great value, but it is still a great place to taste a local dietary staple. Durum's colourful, modern interior is dominated by the long work counter, where guests can watch the fresh pasta dough being rolled and the pierogi being pinched together; there's also seasonal seating on the square - perfect for a spritzer or craft beer in the sunshine.