In 1364, on the order of Mikołaj Wierzynek, these interiors played host to the greats of the medieval world during the most famous feast in the history of Poland – the wedding of King Casimir the Great’s granddaughter with Emperor Charles IV of Luxembourg. History is still very much alive in this place, making it conducive to great feasts that last for hours – this restaurant merits a visit from anyone calling themselves a gastronomy aficionado. Meat and fish make their way to the tables accompanied by traditional groats and seasonal sides. Wierzynek is famous for the professional treatment of its guests. Indeed, their staff exhibits the highest degree of professionalism, which accounts for the place still being a staple in the itineraries of VIPs visiting Kraków. PSST! It’s hard to believe that right after the war Wierzynek was a casino!