We enjoyed an early new year meal at this old restaurant which claims 14th century origins. Menu is focused on goose and venison, but has plenty of other options. I had a good shellfish soup and excellent venison osso bucco; my partner had goose pate and duck. Apple Strudel desert and good value Hungarian wines made for a great dining experience. The candle lit dining room has a romantic feel with views over the square. With coffee, water and brandy, bill came to £85 for two, which though expensive for krakow felt like good value for an experience of this quality.
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