For a cheap, filling meal and a taste of Georgia I would highly recommend this restaurant. As you won't visit Krakow without going to the square, at some point in your trip you will be practically on top of it.
Nice clean and tidy décor and matching serving staff are a very good start. Read the prices on the menu outside and you could be forgiven for thinking that you would enter a cheap cafe but no, It;s a very nice restaurant interior on several levels, fresh flowers on the tables and a friendly welcome.
The menu has a varied range of meals. The mixed dumpling combination was rather tasty and the Georgian pie was good, if not a touch heavy on pastry. My selection of pork neck was cooked very well and held a lot of flavour.
Al told, with a sharing starter, two mains and two rounds of drinks, the cost was around £26 and represented great value for the locale.
Looking forward to visiting again.