This diminutive Polish hideaway stocks some 50 different vodkas, categorised according to descriptions such as ‘clean and clear’, ‘dry and interesting’ and ‘nice and sweet’.
It’s a flat-rate £2.90 for your shot, whether that’s rowanberry-flavoured Jarzebiak, the cherry Wisniowka, caraway seed-tinted Kminkowy or sweet aniseed Zacheta.
To chase the chaser, avoid the draught options and go for a Polish brew from the well-stocked fridge (Zubr, Zywiec, Tatra or Lech, perhaps). Hearty bigos stew, pierogi and herring are among the comestibles.
The merry throng is overlooked by a large, folk art-style mural of a cockerel.