Quite a find, as aside from the seasonal garden out front, Nakryto quite literally seems like a hole in the wall. This modest family restaurant trades on Polish hospitality and simple, traditional food made from 'the fat of the land.' With a menu of regional delicasies 'as Babcia made it' - if your Babcia was a master chef plucking only the finest fresh ingredients from the market each morning - this is a great place to try upmarket examples of local specialties like barszcz, żurek, rolada śląska (Silesian roulade) and maczanka at below market prices. Get a solid grounding in Polish vodka with the tasting set, warm up with a mulled wine, or digest with one of their homemade tinctures, including horseradish or blackthorn flavours. Most astoundingly, they actually have free drinking water on each table (though it's hard to resist a glass of the house kompot). The perfect place for family dinners out on the town, or introducing out-of-towners to the national cuisine.