Really the only proper sit-down restaurant in the vicinity of Nowa Huta's Plac Centralny, this hoary throwback venue serves as a portal into 1970s Poland in terms of service, cuisine, interior design and atmosphere. Though there have been a few refreshings of the interior over the decades (including a somewhat recent one that had people hyperventilating), the original spirit is very much intact here with hideous plated columns, floral arrangements and tacky mirrors, and service ranging from indifferent to contemptible. Even the clientele remains what it was 40 years ago, and with younger generations Stylowa's cult charm relies expressly upon its lack of charm. That said, there's really nothing wrong with the cheap, simple, stodgy food, so if you're planning a birthday party for babcia, or a PRL theme party - this could be the perfect spot. First opened in 1956, the beautiful irony here is that no one genuinely likes Stylowa, but it would be considered a tragedy if the place ever remodelled in earnest, or god forbid finally closed down. At the very least, this is worth coming in for a chuckle, and chucking down a shot of cherry vodka before continuing your exploration of the neighbourhood.