Kraków was chosen as the European Capital of Gastronomic Culture 2019 thanks to good recipes, excellent products from local suppliers, and above all a nice and hospitable atmosphere. The exhibition celebrates the culinary history of Poland's past and present. It is divided into three parts: the traditional old polish feast (biesiada) and its customs, as well as the history of dishes and cutlery. Furthermore, visitors will be able to familiarise themselves with recipes of the days of yore. The city also plans to implement new projects related to the cuisine of the royal court, bourgeois and academic Kraków in addition to the already existing events - The Pierogi Festival, Kraków Zapusty (fried pastries), and the Obwarzanek Feast.