This warm venue specialises in Lemko cuisine - Lemko being a small ethnic sub-group of Carpathian Mountain people from what is today eastern PL, north-eastern Slovakia and western Ukraine. Beyond that it's complicated and all you need know is that despite being out of place, Gościnna Chata doesn't stop short in striving for the atmosphere and hospitality of a traditional village tavern. From the sturdy timber furnishings to the folk motifs and fabrics, it's all here, including surprisingly pleasant folk music and wait staff in folk dress. While the identification of a specific region of PL does help focus and identify GC from other traditional Polish restaurants in town, it doesn't really separate them; what we learned about Lemkos is that their food - presented to patrons on a wooden board - is only a subtly different take on the same local fare available everywhere: simple and filling, stodgy but tasty. Smacznego.