The alleyways of Stare Podgórze, which have been vibrant with culinary life for some time now, could not be found lacking in Italian delicacies. Upon crossing the unassuming entrance to one of the district’s tenement houses, you’ll find a spacious trattoria with a stone floor, wooden tables and atmospheric lighting. The atmosphere here is conducive to family gatherings. The open kitchen allows guests to have a peek at the cooks’ work and discover that they actually do make their terrific pastas on premises. Home-made ravioli, gnocchi and pappardelles all taste like they were made by an Italian mamma. The menu also includes absolutely unique pizza: the dough is made with 31-year-old sourdough and baked in a bread oven. PSST! You owe it to yourself to try their home-made limoncello liqueur, of which they have an orange version as well.