Len (linen) is a synonym of quality, both of Polish and southern origin, and an ecological product; flax is an edible plant, which is used to make linen and flax oil. The raw material commonly used and cultivated in Łódź in its industrial glory days.
The atmosphere here resembles London restaurants. It is chic and trendy and the space planning brings in a sense of comfort and relaxation. Natural timber, stone, natural textiles and colors inspired by nature make the interior cozy and warm. Guests will find several areas ideally adjusted to their expectations. The Chef Table where you can watch the chefs at work, or comfortable armchairs in the lounge room? Everyone will find “their” space.
The restaurant is composed of 70% Cotton and 30% Linen. The menu consists of foods mainly representing two cuisines: Mediterranean cuisine and elements of the Polish one. The bar counter, as the central point of Len, offers a wide range of wines, including Polish wines, Polish traditional liqueurs and vodkas, classical and original cocktails and premium beers. High quality Italian coffee is another important element of the bar menu. The bar has been equipped with top quality equipment to make coffee, thus far mainly used in barista competitions. Len & Bawełna brings Teal Office to life after working hours and promotes the habit of going out for a drink/meeting with colleagues after work.