With an expert chef, imported Spanish products and fresh seafood flown in from Venice, this tiny restaurant in Podgórze has the distinction of being Kraków's only Basque eatery. The menu offers Spanish wines and an exotic range of tapas and tiny entrees, the simple descriptions of which don't do justice to their rich flavour - meat and cheese plates, olives, octopus, fried shrimp (amazing), fried ham croquettes (delicious), rabbit livers (we weren't brave enough). Designed for sharing, we reckon you need to order at least four dishes per person, and with prices starting around 28zł, it's not the cheapest meal out. That said, this is food you certainly can't make at home. Capturing the Spanish approach to dining, the atmosphere is super casual and the tables quite close together, making this a recommended choice for an intimate evening with just a few friends; due to its popularity and space constraints, reservations are strongly urged.