Combining craft beer with craft food, Colombe offers 80 different Polish beers (8 on draught) and a curt menu whose selections, not to mention prices, are well pegged for the pub. In addition to the pizza, standouts include the maczanka (stewed pork neck sandwich - a local delicacy) and the pulled pork, which can be ordered as a sandwich or bao (steamed bun). Despite the classy, historic interiors, there's a casual pub atmosphere, thanks to football league matches on the tele, and the fact that it's found favour amongst British tourists (the civilised sort). See if you can find the hidden garden in the back. Note that the kitchen closes at 24:00.