- ul. Gołębia 2
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Fancy furniture and elegantly-attired waiters are the order of the day at Bohema, but this cellar restaurant retains an informal atmosphere. A good selection of local and international food is well-presented, fairly priced and tasty, and complimented in the summer season by daily folk music concerts. Ideal for large groups, the airy basement is a change from many murky cellar establishments, and a favourite with visitors from overseas.
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We had wedding party on 30th of July of 2011 and I have to say that everything was perfect! Service was excellent and food was really delicious. I strongly recommend this please for any kind of parts. I want to say big thank you for the owner of Bohema restaurant to Mr.Bogdan.
One of the better restaurants in Krakow -and one of the longest-running. We have been there at least 3 times over a period of more than 10 years, and always been well-treated and had a good meal. The staff are lovely, and I am happy to recommend it to others. Mike and Sandra
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it was amazing. the band made the most of our evening. nice place
This is a really lovely place to spend a few hours enjoying some Polish fare. Lovely surroundings - made even better by the Christmas decorations, attentive and helpful waiting staff, excellent value prices and tasty, big portions of food
Great place, should go there!
Dont start - Im having my wedding reception here!
Went there on 23rd December 2008 for lunch. Down in the cellar with great service. Goulash or mushroom soup in the bread rolls where very tasty. Cheap and plesent for lunch
Nothing special; a cosy cellar restaurant like many old town establishments in Cracow. We had lunch there, but it was chilly and cold; we had to keep our jackets on. Food OK, but the soup was luke warm.
A budget choice, very nice interior located down in the cellar. The food was not the best, but ok. The cheapest wine are not recommended!
Everything was perfect! The food was excellent!