There's a comfortable familiarity to Boccanera, which slides in neatly alongside its outstanding sister establishments La Grande Mamma, Fiorentina and Bianca (to name only a few) at the top of Kraków's hierarchy of Italian restaurants. We've grown happily accustomed to the warm, multi-textured interior of wood, tile and brick, the open kitchen, and the well-trained staff and attentive service. The menu is a largely familiar line-up of thin-crust, brick-fired pizzas, simple pasta dishes, seafood and mussels, but our parpadella con manzo was perfect, and we can also vouch for the pizzas. Boccanera also boasts an excellent side street location with an absolutely voluminous interior well-suited for large groups. Though comfort trumps excitement here, there's a prevalent mood of merriment throughout, and no denying the value. They've got the formula down, and if anything Kraków is fortunate to have another Italian restaurant of this calibre. Breakfast available from 10:00 till noon.