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Arka Noego is not overdone in style and this comes as something of a welcome relief in this neck of the woods. It has a certain sleepy cosiness about it, and it's a popular choice with both families and couples, who enjoy the wistful, candle-lit ambiance as well as the hearty portions of traditional Jewish cuisine. The food itself is above par and it's reasonably priced for a location that's right at the heart of Kazimierz. Talented accordionists may transport you back to a different age.
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I ate there a saup with "maca". It was pretty good. And the decor is nice.
Good food and nice atmosphere but more ore les high prices for Krakow.
A charming restaurant with friendly but down to earth service and a feeling of almost being a guest in someone's house. The meal was tasty and very reasonably priced. The house wine wasn't bad either! All in all, well worth a visit for a truly unique evening.
Had lunch here.
Tried the cheese soup which was a little bland.Stuffed veal brisket was nice but I did not think the salad garnish was appropiate for a dish with gravy.
My wife also had veal which was tough and chewy.
Nice place though with good service
the soup we had was great. the beet and chicken w/barley one, i think it's called krupnik. Our entree's were not very good. The stuffed carp was really bony. The vegetable perogi was rather bland. we both ordered a side salad plate and it was pickled carrot, celery cucumber, with a litlle tomato and onion, which comes with the entre anyways. Not our idea of a salad. I'm not saying the place is bad, but we only liked our soup. I'm sure they do other stuff well.
Tasty food, cosy atmosphere and not too expensive. We were touched by the klezmer music of the Jascha Lieberman Trio.
I was there with a friend in december 2004, and we had a great time. WE went there 3 of the 6 days we spent in Krakow. Now I' m going back to Poland with my mom, and she is looking forward to try their cheese soup, don't miss it!
We had a lovely relaxed meal here, excellent service, prices and quality. Great menu too. Wonderful Jewish atmosphere - a very memorable restaurant well worth a visit.