Part of a small chain of two restaurants, which I admit is a small chain, with the other outlet being in Warsaw. Specialising in Italian food, which no end of other Polish restaurants seem to do, it was clean and comfortable inside the restaurant. The service was attentive and helpful, with the staff member finding me a table even though it was relatively busy during my visit.
There was a dark beer option, which had a sufficiently interesting taste and was at least refreshing.
The chicken pasta, clean in its presentation and with a depth of taste to it. The pasta retained some bite whilst the chicken was tender and flavoursome, and the rocket added some texture. The meal cost around £4 and the portion size was sufficiently generous.
Towards the higher end of the price scale for Lublin, although still not particularly expensive by UK standards, I thought this was a better than average meal and the surroundings were comfortable. There were plenty of duck based dishes which was in keeping with the restaurant’s name, but I wasn’t tempted on this occasion.