This is the most awful place I ever had lunch. I am used to Jewish cuisine but here they attempt to our lives
Niby niepozorne miejsce, ale jak u nich smakuje!
Very delicious falafel and hummus, an authentic and interesting place in the center of the Jewish quarter, as if he visited Israel, friendly staff speaking Hebrew. Highly recommend.
Had one of my most memorable nights of my life here in winter of 1998, eating traditional Jewish food and being placed as guest of honour at the head of the table by my wonderful dining companions, right next to the fabulous Kroke, the most mesmerising introduction to Klezmer music you could have. (I encourage you to listen to the track 'Water' which is incredibly atmospheric, especially live). Can't really speak for what it is like now but a highlight of my life then.
I ate here with my husband on Monday 7th Sept. I had fish in lemon sauce and was up all night with food poisoning. Stay away
Great authentic food, fun music, cool easy going atmosphere and a lovely children's corner for our daughter.. We felt like in a different place: Tel Aviv!
unknowing to the staff i speak polish fluent and did not like there comments about our party very rude and ignorant never again would not wast my money..........
We ordered and I ordered vegetarian food, it's one of the most expensive meals we had during the 4 day trip so the disappoint was big when the food came and they gave me meat. I tried to get a hold of the waiter but there were none to be found, when I finely found one and got a hold of him I asked if it was meat he told me that it was and that it was what I had ordered. I don't really know how they got soy medals to ground beef, but it's OK to get an order wrong but when they don't even try to help and leave me with the meat that I had to eat because I had to eat something. And worst of all was that I wasn't able to finish the meal due to the bad meat thay had used to make the meal. And during the complete meal they didn't check on us ones, that lead to a meal without anything to drink.
Highly commendable. The atmosphere, the food and the music are excellent and the surroundings are a real old quarter, appealing to all sensible jewish and non jewish persons. Not to miss when in Krakow.
My boyfriend and I paid for the musical concert and dined in The Hunting Room upstairs which was great fun. The decor was imaginative and whimsical, the furniture was eclectic and pretty, and the lighting was atmospheric. The staff were very helpful, friendly and polite, and very patient with the large party, some of which were quite loud and disrespectful to the musicians (who were great. I thoroughly enjoyed the music, very evocative and beautiful). The food was absolutely amazing. I had the beetroot soup to start, the Ariel's speciality beef for main. We decided to try the kosha wine with the meal and some honey vodka with desert. Perfect! For the amount of food and quality we received I feel we paid a fair price, considering what you would be expected to pay for a similar meal in Leeds. I don't understand all the bad reviews, the chef either must have had a bad day, or other reviewers eat more regularly at much posher places than we do (and I've been lucky enough to grace a fair few in my time!). Perhaps we were lucky due to the fact it was a quiet week, which always makes trips more enjoyable if you can avoid the crowds, but I would definitely recommend this restaurant to any friends travelling to Krakow in the future. I also find it interesting that one mans "whimsical decor and ambient lighting" is another mans "weird decor and dingy lighting". Each to their own I guess!