Meaning 'tradition' in Hindi, Parampara sets out to combine 'Polish hospitality with Indian cuisine' in a way that sets them apart from their competition. For starters, the interior design isn't what one typically expects in Indian restaurants catering to westerners - instead of heavy tablecloths and ornate decorations, you'll find simple furniture and colourful murals reminiscent of traditional Indian architecture. More important, though, is the menu, offering not only standard favourites like paneer masala and vindaloo pork, but also less commonly seen dishes like kalija fry (chicken liver with fenugreek and coriander), Kashmiri lamb kofta and Bengali shrimp malai curry. There's even a children's menu with milder options like tandoori drumsticks and turkey meatballs in pineapple sauce. And yes, the chef is Indian (and very skilled). Pop in for lunch (Mon-Fri 12:00 - 17:00) to try an assortment of small dishes for only 18zł (vegetarian) or 22zł (omnivore).