Unique interiors referring to Krakow traditions can accommodate 120 people. In the summer season, however, guests have at their disposal a garden for up to 70 people, and every Thursday in summer live music concerts are held in the restaurant. The menu for smaller appetites includes starters, such as beef tartare, herring or croquette with meat. There is no shortage of traditional Polish soups prepared according to home recipes or several types of dumplings, among which the most intriguing are those with veal and chanterelle sauce. Among the main dishes, as far as Polish cuisine is concerned, meat dishes dominate, but they are prepared in a non-traditional way. Of course, there will also be something for vegetarians, for example cabbage rolls with buckwheat and mushrooms with a delicate truffle sauce. A must for everyone is the unique Polish dessert kogel mogel served with Polish wine and seasonal fruit. The place was awarded in the Michelin 2020 guide (a Michelin plate and 1 set of cutlery).