Restaurant Dekagram is a place created to bring back forgotten flavours of the interwar period. The restaurant is knows for traditional recipes, great quality of service and friendly atmosphere. Chef Jacenty is a great connoisseur of Polish, Jewish, and Russian cuisine of the interwar period and it can be seen in an elegant menu. Dekagram is situated in a nineteenth century tenement house, which belonged to Adolf Witt. Charm of this place has been appreciated by, e.g. movie makers – Roman Polanski’s “The Pianist” has been shot there.