Krakow’s Kazimierz neighbourhood is a meeting point for cultures and religions – Jewish and Christian. In this historic corner, you’ll find a cosy, intimate restaurant called Nakryto, serving Polish home-cooked dishes, as well as food inspired by the multicultural tradition of the district. The kitchen serves dishes in innovative, remarkable interpretations, based on quality, regional ingredients. You can order here both Kraków’s classics, such as excellent maczanka in a wheat bun, and placki ziemniaczane inspired by latkes, Jewish-style potato pancakes. Worth noting are also their mouth-watering desserts calling back to favourite childhood flavours, which take the guests on a sentimental journey into the past. PSST! Local ratafia and other home-made tinctures are definitely to die for.