Seemingly the most straightforward of present Tytano venues, there's more to Strefa than one first assumes. At first glance you essentially have a dimly lit, two-storey dive bar with good beer and occasional DJ nights. Upon your second trip to the bar (because there's no table service) you realise that they really know their wine and offer a dangerous selection of cocktails. On your third trip you realise there's an entire menu of eclectic food - from horsemeat tatar to pizza and seafood - and that they're open early for breakfast; if you make it here before beer-o-clock you'll even enjoy Chemex brewed coffee. We've yet to make our fourth trip, but when we do we'll anticipate something unanticipated.