To find this fascinating eatery, head up Virmens’ka until you see the unmistakable bronze statue of a dude sitting next to a lamp. This is Ignacy Łukasiewicz, founder of the Polish oil industry and inventor of the kerosene lamp. The restaurant/museum housed within is a tribute to the mark he left on history. (An interesting side note: Łukasiewicz was not a resident of Lviv by choice, but was exiled here by Austrian authorities wary of his membership in a Polish revolutionary organisation.) The scene is always energised and the menu items, especially the fish dishes, won’t leave you indifferent. This is yet another great addition to the city’s captivating theme scene.