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Stopped here for a drink and decided to stay for food as couple beside us were very positive about their meal . We couldn't be more opposite. Went on TripAdvisor after meal and found real divided reviews . I'm on the 'not very pleased' side....More
After exploring the area in the day, we spotted the lovely row of restaurants and saw the brilliant menu Ariel had to offer. We had a lovely evening and the steak and schnitzel tasted devine. We would recommend to anyone in the area.
We had a 3 course meal at Ariel, we want to try some traditional Jewish food as we were staying in the Jewish quarter. The Jewish dumpling for starter were amazing. The mains were all very nice but the potato pancakes were unusual. The staff...More
If you order one thing here, make it the house kosher wine. Lovely drop. However, for such a gorgeous location on the edge of the square this was a little disappointing. Anyone familiar with UK food this was on par with an average pub- reasonably...More
Had the loveliest evening in this restaurant in the Jewish quarter of Krakow.Excellent food and drink and our waiter Bartek was very attentive. A pleasant young man with a great sense of humour who brought joy to our table. We were a party of 4...More
THe quality of the food was very poor and the service was very ordinary. Well located, surrounded by other restaurants and yet they show no interest. It had been recommended to us but it was a disappointment.
We thought we would go to this highly recommended restaurant ti sample authentic Jewish cuisine.
We were refused tap water, which in hindsight should have been an indication to leave.
All waiters wanted to do was upsell everything from water to the wine.
Average food. We had our meal here I ordered cabbage roll with tomato sauce and my partner had ravioli with spinach. My cabbage roll was stuffed with meat that’s a bit stodgy and it seems that the fat stick on the roof of my mouth,...More
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As my partner and I ate there last summer, I have no idea what concert is playing, but I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you eat at Szara Kazimierz across the street instead. The food and service are much better. Note: there... More
As my partner and I ate there last summer, I have no idea what concert is playing, but I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you eat at Szara Kazimierz across the street instead. The food and service are much better. Note: there are two restaurants with that name. I am talking about the one in the Jewish quarter.