Completely unique and infused with the owners' love for travel, food, and coffee, Cafe La Ruina i Raj moved from their previous (and rather iconic) location in the tiny Śródka district to a more mainstream locale on ul. Św. Marcin. With more space comes even more outlandish decor, including airport-style departure displays mounted near the ceiling, which display the menu, a potentially seizure-inducing disco bathroom, and a horror vacui jumble of flags, signs, maps, artwork, and various bits and bobs from the owners' many travels. Unfortunately, the quality of the food seems to have slipped a bit during the move - the pad thai, which has long been the star of the menu, lacked much of the complexity we remembered from Śródka. Here's hoping that the fare can soon return to its former glory, as there's much more to sample: fried rice, Vietnamese pho bo and bahn mi, Genovese testaroli with pesto ('the great-grandfather of pasta'), Peruvian lomo saltado in burger form, Hong Kong style chow mein, Alaskan hotcakes, and more.