Enoteka Pergamin, is indeed an apt setting for its historical location on the Royal Route, steps from the Main Square. Centuries ago, Veit Stoss the legendary German sculptor once lived and worked here, best known for the heritage altar in St. Mary’s Basilica. Creative passions still dominate the premises now with Enoteka, in the form of excellence in wine and food from around the world, but especially from Poland’s regions. The creative menu extensively uses local products, meats and cheese, produced faithfully through generations and available alongside Italian, Greek, and French products at the deli. These paired with appropriate wines transform the simple act of dining into veritable culinary journeys. As a comprehensive combination of a restaurant, a bistro, deli and wine shop, a cigar room as well as a cocktail bar, Enoteka Pergamin offers a special experience indeed.