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This is convenient location but prices are about 30% higher than normal. TripAdvisor menu link shows some old menu with lower prices than you will see there. Food is good but standard for that area of Poland - means - mostly fried, high carb/high calories....No alternatives really for people on diet.
1. Spend some PLNs and buy POS - noting orders on cellphone and next asking who ordered what is just silly.
2. If salads may be served only by stuff - I shouldn't need to look for waitress to do so.
3. Last but not least - invest in some cloth napkins. These paper ones - no matter how fancy holder you use - are still same as used in PRL. Geeze - it's 21st century! Socialism is (officially at least) gone.More
First of all - you should not unreasonably use the term that food is overpriced. However, if you get an exorbitant price for poor meals, served by waiters who are probably students without much experience or knowledge - this term is the most accurate.
I...have nothing against paying a large amount if the time spent in the restaurant is really memorable, and is even remembered among friends. This visit was only the basis for giving a bad review.
Encouraged by recommendations from friends, we looked into this place coming back from Zakopane. We were greeted by great splendor - the beautiful-looking building from the outside turned out to be equally impressive inside - the combination of luxury with traditional highlander style was done with good taste. This is the penultimate positive aspect of this place.
Drinks - two beers, mulled ginger beer with orange, and lemonade. 50% success - it's hard to serve a beer badly. Lemonade definitely luscious and with a chemical aftertaste. Ginger mulled beer turned out to be a heated beer with a slice of orange. That's all. I asked the waiter for ginger syrup, which was supposed to be a test. The restaurant did not pass it - ginger syrup was added to my bill. For me it's abstraction. Ginger mulled beer without ginger, but ginger syrup willingly added to the bill. The second compliment - seasonal soup - boletus. It was delicious! Large pieces of mushroom, distinct taste. Unfortunately, this could not be said for garlic soup, which was simply tasteless. Kwaśnica also didn't knock you down. When we were analyzing the taste of the soup, maybe trying a third spoon - a waiter appeared and gave us second courses. All four of us looked at him and asked if it was time for the main course. The waiter politely announced that he could return and bring them later. We knew what this meant - we would get cold dishes, or at best heated. We asked him to leave it.
A short description of the main course, because it doesn't deserve more - the cutlet was dripping with fat, while the placek ziemniaczany were partly RAW. Yes, that's right, the center of the pie was simply raw, grated potatoes in the middle of the plate.
Disgusted and stuffed with fat, we decided to move on without risking further mishaps. Unfortunately, we definitely have to not recommend this restaurant to all our friends or travelers reading reviews before visiting places.More
Cash only, empty containers along the counter looking sad, a bit of aftertaste of oily potatoe pancakes (should be crispy and excessive oil drained), realy steep prices for local specialties in the shop. Yet, conveniently located, with nice views, still wide choice of food to...eat and buy, enough room to make group reservations, or book for events, there is enough parking space. My guess is that you will be able to find something for yourself. Local decor makes it also an interesting placeto stop, if for coffee only.More
It is typical inn that you can very often meet on the road Kraków-Zakopane that is winter “capital” of Poland. Highlander style and typical Polish traditional food. If there is not crowded you can eat quite well. Recently I tried there good żurek soup -...traditional Polish soup made from fermented rye. And also Polish grilled sausage served with four different sauces and very fresh country bread - it was really good. Only the staff could be more responsive...More
As other reviews have stated, the food is good, you get plenty and it is very cheap. However, on a Sunday afternoon, when the place is full, the service begins to deteriorate. Incomplete orders and late delivery. I don't blame the staff, they are running...around like madmen/women, the bossman is probably a cheapass who doesn't want to spend a dime extra on a redundance of personell. Such a shame.More
Attracted by good opinions we visited this restaurant during a road trip. This visit was huge disappointment, main issue was very bad service. Our waitress mislead us about things they offer, we wanted specifically one side dish, she said it's "available, of course!" even if...it wasn't and she supposed to know that because - as some other staff member explained - it wasn't available for some time. The main dish we tried to order wasn't available for everyone but they didn't inform us after making the order but like half an hour later just before serving! One of us had to change the order (instead of changing the restaurant) because rest of the dishes were ready. Main dish was served... Before appetizers! And our waitress didn't see any problem in this. A lemonade was one ingredient missing - lemons. Such drink is being called "lemonade of roses". We weren't checked during the meal of everything is okay - it wasn't. On the end, while I was paying the bill, I told the waitress that they've been mistaken, they didn't serve to one person what was ordered. Answer I get was "that doesn't matter, it's in the same price". The girl didn't get the point of complaining about the mistake.
Very good and cheap buffet with typical Polish food. Nice place to have lunch on the way from Zakopane. There is a grocery store inside where you can buy smoked trout, oscypek and other specialities of the region. They also serve menu a la carte,...but we didn't try it.More
On your way from Zakopane to Krakow you will pass by the Restaurant Krakow and Gorali. The place is immaculately clean, the service fast and the food just fantastic. The best part of it is the prices that are ridiculously low. A full dinner with...soup and a big portion of meat costed less than 20 dollars. Best value for your money; highly recommendedMore