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This restaurant has become a family favourite and we always come here.
The staff are so polite and helpful and incredibly attentive.
The food - wow the chef is amazing! I have tried various different meals but I always return to my favourite chicken break...with almond slices, rice, pickled cucumber, sauerkraut. And a tonne of cups of compote 🥰❤ .
I don't think I have ever eaten anything from here that I have not liked, the menu is that diverse and tasty.More
Very nice place and friendly personnel. The menu includes many traditional Polish dishes. We tried two soups of the day (excellent), pierogy (good), salad and desert (both OK). We spent around 25 euros for two persons, with water, beer and coffee which I think is...very good value for the money.More
Arrived early (6 pm) so no problem getting a table. Tried pierogis for the first time. Not bad, but glad of the cooked onions on top as would have been quite dry without them. A bit spoiled for choice, but decided to go with the...pork "stew" as after 3 days in Krakow I was craving veg. Unfortunately, the stew was just meat and gravy with mash to accompany. Not my favourite. Service was good, even got a smile :-)More
Ate here twice for dinner, friendly staff, service a little slow when busy but not unusual for Kraków. On our first visit I had beef rolls with Silesian dumplings, my friend had potato pancakes & goulash, second visit we both had Polish sausage with braised...beets. Very tasty food both times, unfussy presentation, and exceptionally good value. We didn’t book (& not sure if you can!) but it’s worth going & waiting for a table (we didn’t wait long but may be different for large groups)More
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
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.