Located in an old former mikveh - a ritual Jewish bathhouse - on ul. Szeroka, this is one of Kazimierz's most well-established restaurants, and a portal into the dusty sepia days of pre-war Poland. Serving traditional Jewish Galician dishes from the 19th century, the restaurant generally follows kosher rules, though there's no rabbinical supervision. Incredibly popular klezmer concerts (35zł) take place each evening during dinner at 20:00 - keeping the crowds amused and the wine flowing.
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ul. Szeroka 6