The food is its major strength with a range wide enough to keep all but the most carnivorous happy; the menu is very light on meat, though none the poorer for it in my opinion. Particular highlights are the salads and the pasta dishes, with a special mention for the 'farfalle ze spinakiem' (with spinach).
The decor is very much on the modern side, in stark contrast with the surrounding establishments- communist-era chic is to the fore on this block of Królewska. Fiona does, despite the modern fixtures and fittings and clean lines, manage to capture a piece of the legendary charming Kraków warmth. Being a small place, with only 8 tables or the bar to sit at and therefore regularly full or nearly full, helps in this regard but a lot of it comes through from the staff who are always friendly and chatty with the customers (but not to the detriment of the service).
The main drawback is that it closes too early (10pm). Many an evening I've just got comfortable, finished off the second post-work beer, only to be crushingly denied the third that I by then so desperately crave...
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