Walking towards the Old Town, you're going to feel an air of nostalgia come over you. The location is stunning, the buildings have their unique style, and this whole area sums up the traditional romantic image of Poland. To top it off, you're going to want to try some traditional Polish grub, right? Gościniec has just that, right at the entrance to the Old Town, with hearty food from soups, pierogi, potato pancakes and various meat offerings, all at very reasonable prices (breakfasts cost 14.90zł + 1zł discount for tea/coffee). You can't go wrong with pierogi, but we'd personally also recommend the cabbage rolls stuffed with meat (known locally as gołąbki - go-womp-ki)! The drinks on offer too are quite funky, from cold to warm options, all served up by the friendly staff wearing traditional Polish attire! It may all feel very kitsch inside, but the food is immense. They have other locations further back on ul. Nowy Świat 41, and deeper into the Old Town on Podwale 19 and ul. Piwna 14, should you choose to venture some more before eating.