In the heart of Zamość’s UNESCO-listed Old Town sits a restaurant of true charm and character. Welcome to Restauracja Bohema. Located in the main Old Town square, the restaurant has a traditional interior with brick walls and alcoves. In the warmer months, there is also outdoor seating. The menu has some very regional specialities as well as Polish mainstay courses. To go local, try the Roztoczański Pie with buckwheat that is fried in butter served with sour milk, the horseradish soup or the deer steak. The dessert range is exquisite in a venue also famous for good cakes. There are plenty of vegetarian options and even French pancakes for those wanting to try a Polish take on the traditional crêpe. The restaurant is fully licensed and has welcoming staff.