Though there are very few Jews left in Krakow, the Jewish restaurants in this town are thriving. Tourists flock to this home-like favorite, in the heart of the Kazimierz (the old Jewish quarter), partly because of the scrumptious Jewish standards (matzoh-ball soup, roast goose, gefilte fish), partly because of the atmosphere akin to a grandmother’s drawing room with all sorts of overstuffed arm chairs, small pieces of art and bric a brac. The other big, big draw: exquisite klezmer music, played live most evenings as you dine. Truly, the musicians Ariel hires are extraordinary artists. There are Israeli wines too, kosher vodkas, and Passover slivovicz spirit.