The stroll through Kazimierz should end with a visit to a restaurant that matches the charming mood of the district. Miodova is one such restaurant, with its spacious interior and atmosphere of warmth brought about by the red brick on the walls. The restaurant has been designed with the guests’ comfort in mind: fair-sized tables, upholstered armchairs, comfy benches and chairs. On the mezzanine with a view of Kazimierz there is a large family table and some smaller ones, perfect for a romantic rendezvous. The menu is composed of Polish classics that are well prepared and nicely served. Especially noteworthy are their home-made pierogi and kopytka potatoe dumplings (hooves in English, named for their shape) – seemingly traditional, yet usually accompanied by surprising sides. PSST! The wine list features some interesting offerings, including vintage beverages from Poland and Israel.