Kraków's oldest Indian restaurant, Indus Tandoor essentially set a new, higher standard for the city's ethnic eateries when it opened in the Old Town way back in 1998. Now they've moved with their faithful clientele into a large, historic cellar space just off of ul. Floriańska. Lit by lanterns that cast a canopy of constellations on the walls, the new space is more modern, minimal and attuned to an upper crust aesthetic we associate with the capital, but it's nicely executed and stops well short of being showy. The kitchen, staffed with Indian chefs, still delivers some of the best food of its kind in town. Try the business lunch specials (Mon-Fri 12:00 - 16:00, 17.50zł) for a fantastic value and variety. Find a second Indus Tandoor at ul. Starowiślna 36.