This small shop/food stand on ul. Szewska makes it easy for visitors to check-off another local delicacy from their food checklist: oscypek, that is - decorative smoked cheese made in the Polish mountains. Formerly the domain of rural roadside stands, babcias with baskets standing outside the train station, and regional food markets, Koliba turns oscypki and smoked cheese into a veritable Kraków street food with this small shop just off the market square, offering a variety of highlander cheeses for sale by weight or hot off the grill. Including some with an EU PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) certificate, all of Koliba's cheeses are sourced from ecological pastures and shepherd huts in Podhale, the mountainous region just south of Małopolska. Try the string cheese (kids love it) and grilledsmoked cheese, which is offered with cranberry sauce (4zł), wrapped in bacon (6zł), or with cranberry, bacon and plum (7zł). The cranberry sauce, alcohols (including unpasteurised beer from Grybów and traditional Polish mead) and other regional products from Podhale are also for sale.