You’ll find this small restaurant in one of the alleyways in Kraków’s Kazimierz district. It’s intriguing name is a tribute to a respectable bookbinding establishment, which has operated here for years. Indeed, inside there’s plenty of evidence of decades spent binding master’s and doctoral theses. Today, the place serves delicacies of Polish and international cuisine, namely ‘something for everyone’, in keeping with the casual dining formula adopted by the chef. There’s something for fans of meats in thick sauces, as well as the fish and poultry crowd. You can come by anytime – Introligatornia is open until the last guest! PSST! The restaurant has an old Krause paper cutting machine. Ask the staff about its history.