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Bindery of Taste Restaurant was established on the site of the old bindery at 20 Joseph Street in Kazimierz. Our menu refers to the tradition of the place by the formula based on binding (combine) own meal by the customer.In our restaurant we combine modern Polish and American cuisine with tradition and quality. We do not use semi-finished products and preservatives.We invite you to visit our restaurant.
We had a great experience at the traditional family run polish restaurant in our favourite district of Krakow.
The waiter Oliver is very helpful whilst mum and dad work hard in the kitchen to deliver top quality food!
There were even plenty of extras thrown...including pre starter starters and shots at the end of the mealMore
My sister and I happened upon this place by accident. It was right next to the place we were staying. Talk about a find! Hands down one of the best meals I’ve ever had! The service was excellent. I want to come back k to...Poland just so I can eat here again!More
What a lovely restaurant!
You have to book (especially at the weekends) - we were lucky as we got there early on a Friday and grabbed one of the last tables.
The service is so good and the food is absolutely divine - real home...cooked Polish cuisine.
This is a very nice restaurant. A la carte menu offers many choices from fish, meat to vegeterian.
Our choice were some traditional polish dishes. It was very tasty.
Very much recommend to go there and let you advice by the waiter on the menu.
We were totally impressed with this restaurant a little gem in the Jewish Quarter of the city. The food was amazing and the service was fantastic. If you are in Krakow please try here you won’t be disappointed.
Booked this restaurant on a friend’s recommendation and it did not disappoint. From the moment we arrived there was a lovely atmosphere - bright, lit with candles and warm. The young guy who served us could not have been nicer. Helpful, but not obtrusive and...very friendly and professional. We were given some lovely goose pate with a small bread roll as a free appetiser, which was a really nice touch. For starter we shared the beef tartare with the quails egg - totally delicious. The beef was obviously of a high quality and melted in our mouths and the addition of finely chopped onion, gherkins and anchovies gave the dish an added piquancy. For mains we ordered the rabbit and the lamb shank. Both were served with lovely sauces, seasonal vegetables which still had a nice bite to them and some little herby gnocchi and mashed potato. Again absolutely delicious. I could have licked the plate! My husband finished with an espresso and I had the heavenly warm chocolate soufflé. A sharp raspberry sauce and minty sorbet/ice cream added a freshness to one of the best puddings I’ve had in a long time. We shared a bottle of Chilean merlot and my husband and had two beers. We were also given two free blackcurrant liquers with the bill. A meal of this quality would have cost double in the UK. A wonderful experience. If you go to Krakow, do try this restaurant.More
Family run restaurant. In you want to spend a cozy evening you may have to make a reservation up front. The menu is short but food is excellence!!!!! Follow the waiter advice. Perfect service. Make sure to have at least two hours for dinner.
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Absolutely. Staff were great. I am used to dining alone (plus kindle) and am sure this restaurant would be fine. My suggestion though would be go early as later it gets very busy & noisier and you might feel more 'left... More
Absolutely. Staff were great. I am used to dining alone (plus kindle) and am sure this restaurant would be fine. My suggestion though would be go early as later it gets very busy & noisier and you might feel more 'left out' Enjoy