Next to St. Mary's Basilica and opposite the entrance of St. Barbara's Church you can find this great Georgian restaurant. It's situated at a few steps of the main square, which is filled with crowds watching the various live animations. And although not far from this square, the restaurant is situated in a calm and peaceful place.
As the weather was splendid, we choose to sit on the terrace. It was a lovely evening. We ordered a glass of red wine, which was very good. As a main course I picked the lamb shashlik (brochette).
The lamb was so tender and juicy, the fried potatoes had a lovely taste because of the meat gravy and the fresh salad was ok. It was so delicious and the staff was friendly, we decided to go back the next day.
I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone visiting Krakow.
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