Went to Krakow on a voucher and after reading Trip Advisor didnt know whether it was gonna be a nightmare or amazing lol. Anyhow, the setting is fab, underground and very seedy/romantic but part of me was wishing it was a lovely little Italian with Julio Iglesias playing in the background and the smell of garlic and good wines, instead it had Polish folk music playing (inkeeping with it being a Polish restaurant of course) and its the kinda music that sort of batters your head as background music, I felt that it was more fitting to like a group of maypole dancers! However, music aside and onto the wine thing... there was myself and my daughter dining and we both like a good cool glass of crisp white, unfortunaltely there was the choice of Polish sweet wine and the house wine which was £13.70 but sells locally in corner shops at 2 for £6 :( and not very pleasant to drink so we opted for a beer and a flavoured water! The menu was different and very earthy food, we didnt have a starter as we were going for a drink afterwards and didnt want to feel too full, for mains she had the goulash on a round potato base which was tasty at 1st then got a bit boring as she waded on to the point of it actually just tasted like a tin of stewing steak really, I had cod oven baked in almonds with boiled potatoes, this was really different, although quite dry but with a carrot side salad it was nice. Our voucher was worth £22 and we had to pay £7.50 on top but really we didnt seem to get anything too exciting for £30 in total! Theres nothing about Krakow that makes you think you couldnt wait to get back, which is a shame because the setting was quite lovely.
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