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All reviews potato pancakes goulash polish sausage soups bigos pork cheesecake half portion typical polish food jewish quarter side dishes big portions ate here tasty food visited this restaurant first night the main square
This restaurant is located in the lower part of Kazimierz. You can only eat indoor. The food and the service are good. Great value for money. I paid only 12 euros for a 3 course meal with a draft beer.
we stopped at this restaurant as part of a food walking tour that we did on our first day in Kraków.
We sampled several local dishes and some locally brewed beer.
The food we had was delicious, so much so that we ate there twice...more on our trip.
You have to try the apple pancakes for dessert, absolutely delicious.More
I went to this restaurant based on the reviews and was not disappointed! The food was fresh, tasty and authentic, prices are very good and portion sizes are huge!
It was so good that we ended up there 3 times on a 4 day trip!...We simply couldn't find anywhere else which would beat it on price. Staff are lovely and very attentive, food is served quick and is simply delicious. Thank you guys :-)More
Dorota cooks very nicely: all the Polish classics tried recently were perfectly prepared and very nicely served: golabki, pierogi z mięsem, flaczki, sautéed chicken liver, soups, kompot: all absolutely perfect.
NB: golabki’s cabbage could have been cooked slightly more (patience in the kitchen!).
Much better...versions of these classics will hardly be found anywhere.
The dinning rooms are clean and simple. Well kept. The staff is quite adorable.
An effort could be made with the beer: a meal there would highly benefit from a nicer beer offer, including the fantastic beer that is currently brewed in Poland. Not necessarily the hipster stuff: just the great accessible beers that are noa so easy to find in Poland.
White/Red house wine would be a nice thing to have here as well.
But the food is just excellent. Excellent..!
Will be back there. No doubt.More
I visited this restaurant alone but in my opinion it is more of a family place. My order was pierogi with spinach and feta cheese. Very tasty and I got garlic sauce with it. It costs around 17, 18 zl and there was more than...enough food.More
Response from Jennifer T | Reviewed this property |
Ask for pierogis with no onions on top. They usually ask if you want them or not. Soup is a good option too. Polish food doesn't tend to be spicy, so your friend's dietary restrictions shouldn't be a problem.