This restaurant was recommended to us by the taxi driver from the airport. It was a great tip.
This is a new place (opened May 2014) in the Kazimierz district. The menu is contemporary and eclectic with plenty of choice. They were also flexible with choices - e.g. We wanted chip and aioli as a side and this was no problem. The aioli was fab. Sadly the chips were hard and lukewarm.
There is outside seating on the pavement which is good for people watching in this more funky, boho district. The downside is the smokers. Why can't restaurants separate smoking/non-smoking areas outside? There's also an inside garden area.
The food was good. We chose light chicken liver pate and prawns in garlic to start, followed by beef teriyaki salad (great flavour & crispy fresh) and carbonara.
Service was friendly, helpful and surprisingly efficient given 2 big tables that came in before & after us
The big drawback here is the wine list. The only option for a glass or half bottle is a Slovenian wine. After a decent Chilean Merlot the contrast would be hideous. What a missed opportunity not to sell up by offering an extra glass of something a little more sophisticated before and after your meal.
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