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My wife and I visited Krakow for 5 days. The first restaurant we entered in Kazimiers was Ariel. We live in Israel, and the meals were big and tasty as is in Israel. The place is not Kasher, just because it is open in Saturday...More
We visited to experience the ambiance of this renowned restaurant
The decor and service did not disappoint.
However, the quality of our food varied tremendously.
One of the guide books advised that the food in this restaurant ranges from mediocre to sublime. Exactly our experience!
This was our favourite place, tried another but this place could not be beaten for friendly service and quality of food. We dined there several times, lunch and dinner. Food was very well presented and great value. Also the wine is highly recommended, we had...More
This is an interesting place to eat.
Although I have tasted better "Haimashe" food, the location and the surroundings gave the food a special flavour. But my grandmother could "knock the spots" of them - foodwise !
Go there for the old jewish atmosphere but...More
We visited twice due to the fantastic setting, only having drinks the first time but returned for food. We had the special steak( a little disappointing in that the portion was small although they did add chicken to make up for this) and the meat...More
Apparently this place was frequented by Steven Spielberg and crew when filming the film ‘Schindler’s List’.
I had grilled steak with green pepper corn sauce. Ok nothing special but nearest thing I have had to English food in the last few days . Wife had...More
During a wonderful walk through the Jewish district we were approached by an employee of Ariel, who told us the restaurant was the oldest Jewish restaurant in Krakow.
Attracted by this we decided to go in for lunch. The interior is extremely old fashion, which...More
Came here on our 2nd night. Booking advised as it seemed to fill up quickly.
We also paid to watch the klezmer concert.
Cost 250 pln for 2 people having 3 courses and drinks.
Service was quick and our waitress was lovely.
Food was served...More
Being around at Jewish quarter around the lunch time I looked for some place to eat. As Ariel bears the name of my son I checked it out on Facebook and the tripadvisor. I came across some really scary reviews especially from my fellow Brits....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.