We went to this restaurant the first night we were in Krakow. It was a great place to go to get a taste of the authentic food. We had a three course meal. The first course was a soup which had eggs and sausage in it. I know it sounds gross but it was really good, especially with the bread and butter they had on the table. There were two types of bread and both were excellent. The second course was the main one which consisted of several different types of Polish food. I don't know what they were all called but one was perogies, a spinach and meat type. See the pictures below to better examine the food. Although I do not know what all of it was called it all tasted delicious! The final course was dessert. The dessert was cranberries on a graham cracker crust with something like sweetened condensed milk drizzled over it. It was amazing. There was also some kind of juice on the table in pitchers, the waitress said it was apple juice but it tasted more like carrots. It was an experience though. The food here was something I would recommend people try to see what authentic Polish food is like. This wonderful dinner all took place in a more formal stone room with dim lighting. It would be a perfect romantic setting or in our case the perfect place for friends to have dinner and converse.
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