Located directly between the Royal Castle and the Old Town Square, this veteran Polish restaurant is as simple and traditional as it gets. A good option for tourists, families with kids and anyone looking for their first introduction to Polish cuisine, the modestly-priced, bilingual menu includes photos of almost every dish. There is a lot to choose from, ranging from classics like pierogi (15 different types), potato pancakes with goulash and mushroom soup served in a bread bowl, to old school staples that have dropped off most modern menus like tripe soup and chicken livers with fried onions and baked apples. With a tidy, colourful interior and fast service, the experience is easy, accessible and satisfying, if not revelatory. Exactly what a lot of people are looking for, Gospoda pod Zygmuntem plays its role well.