You can find this restaurant in Miodowa Street, one of the main arteries of Kraków’s Kazimierz, in the basement of a nineteenth-century tenement house. The décor and atmosphere of spacious restaurant rooms will take you back to the past. Red brick walls and white elements of the décor make the interior elegant and warm. The key word on the menu is tradition. Indeed, it is founded on Polish meats and cereal products, seasonal vegetables and fruit – this is why Sąsiedzi makes you feel like you just came for a home-made dinner. The rich assortment of wines from around the world allows for perfect wine pairings. PSST! The restaurant is only a two-minute walk from Remuh, one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Europe, founded in 1535.