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.
Ul. Szeroka 17–18
Our Rating Neighborhood Kazimierz Hours Lunch & dinner daily Transportation Tram 7, 9, 11, 13, 24: Miodowa Phone 012/421-79-20 Prices Entrees 19 z–60 z Cuisine Type Jewish Web site Ariel
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