Krakow

Chata

  ul. Krowoderska 21 ,   Old Town          (+48) 888 10 11 00     16 Apr 2020
Hardly where one would expect to find a rustic mountain cottage, this largely unheralded Polish folk restaurant just north of the Old Town is one of the best in the area and offers a great introduction to the carnivorous inclinations of traditional Polish cuisine. Meals begin with some of the best smalec (savoury lard spread) we've ever had as guests peruse a budget menu that comprises a veritable menagerie of grilled animals. A great winter oasis, step off the dirty streets into Chata's homely interior - made almost entirely of large unfinished timber logs, from the walls to the tables and benches - and relax near the fireplace on one of the many sheepskin rugs that make up the decor. In summer, stop in for a cold beer and traditional beer snacks.
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Dogs Allowed

Open

Open 13:00-22:00. Fri, Sat 13:00-23:00.

Price/Additional Info

€ € € €

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27.03.2013
JZ

Great little spot out of the way. Cheap beer and inexpensive food in an old country style atmosphere. Stop in for a solid meal.
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