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 would been ok had the food no being so poor, although I accept that this would be attractive to many.
We ordered salmon, which was ok, although you never can be wrong with salmon, however, the sauce added nothing. The fries (didn't really suit the setting) reminded me of fast food.
We also ordered lamb skewers with tzakiky sauce. The lamb was tough and the sauce was tasteless.
As drinks we had two glasses of wine ( red and white) and again nothing special.
The dessert was good. We had walnut cake.
Considering it is just a well know restaurant, the whole experience was just underwhelming.
The Jewish district is a great place to visit though.
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