Finally, a Polish restaurant which does not descend into tourist kitsch or need a thorough dusting. Hip and elegant, Wanda's Kitchen does meat-heavy traditional cuisine justice with gourmet options including rabbit with groats and oyster mushrooms, confit duck leg (a Wielkopolska classic!), goose with regional 'szagówki' dumplings, and cabbage rolls with pulled pork, while also glamming up more questionable dishes like beef tongue. Breakfast is served 8:00-12:30 Mon-Fri and 9:00-12:30 Sat-Sun; choose from bagels with sunny-side-up egg, freshly baked croissants with egg and ham, scrambled eggs, omelette with trout and spinach (with delicious homemade bread), and even the beef cheek sandwich. Heartily recommended, though vegetarians will do best to stay far, far away.