This meatless (does fish count?) kosher cafe offers a casual place to enjoy Jewish snacks and home cooking, while also serving as a sort of Jewish cultural centre in Tarnów for both locals and Jewish heritage tourists. In fact, it is the only certified kosher restaurant between Kraków and Lublin, which is a long way to travel on an empty stomach. They offer coffee (roasted locally to their specifications), sweets, and kosher ice cream, kosher wine and beer, sandwiches made with Challah bread and bagels baked on-site daily. Inside you'll also find the adjoining Mina's Art-Gift Gallery, which displays paintings by Mina Nath (1918 - 2004) and other local artists, and sells a selection of contemporary Jewish products and souvenirs relating to Tarnów's Jewish heritage; all proceeds from the shop/gallery go towards the renovation of Tarnów'sJewish Cemetery.