The famous brand of Polish vodka is weighted in history, once synonymous with class across Poland, in fact, the world. Old Polish Lwów is now Lviv in Ukraine and Baczewski production may have moved to Austria post-war, but the symbol of the brand lives on, especially in Poland. To this end, it's pleasant to experience Polish cuisine with a Galician touch (Galicia is the historic region resting between Ukraine, Poland and Hungary) with special mention going to the Tartare board with beef, venison, and deer meat - this is just a starter, an everything beyond this was just wonderful. The setting is quite serene, set in a palace on the atmospheric Al. Szucha, the interior decorated with Baczewski vodka paraphernalia and healthy respect for the vintage chic of interwar Poland. We could've stayed here for hours!