This karczma directly across from the main bus stop at Kryspinów was built (with a boost from the EU) to be an authentic exercise in traditional Małopolska mountain architecture and cuisine (albeit on a lake near the airport). Replete with timber beams, sheep-skin rugs, dried flower garlands, beads and colourful folk motifs, Skansen Smaków offers guests the whole experience, including live concerts on Sundays, and lively folk performances on Thursday evenings. The menu is a hearty romp through the specialties of the region, prepared precisely as they should be: golonka (pork hocks) basted in beer, ribs in plum sauce and żurek soup served in a bread bowl. Prices are reasonable, but bear in mind that sides are ordered separately, and the restaurant's popularity can sometimes lead to lengthy wait times. To get there take any tram which terminates at the 'Salwator' tram roundabout, and from there you can catch bus 209 to 'Budzyń Zalew na Piaskach' (requested stop) right across from the entrance.