This restarant is on a long verandah that has a couple of restaurants (one is Italian-style, many others serve Polish specialities), right opposite the USA and German embassies. The street is behind Grodska and you can get there through a long connecting passageway lined with bars/cafes (or walk the long way round). According to our bill, we were at the Dowod Sprzedazy, but from the signs outside it was hard to tell.
Each restaurant has seating inside, plus part of the roofed verandah, with lots of pretty hanging flowers. A very nice setting off the main square, and quite entertaining to covertly watch the security guards at the embassies.
We were very happy as we found a South African wine on their menu—a Sauvignon Blanc/Chenin Blanc called Green Cape.
The food was delicious and very well priced too.
We all shared a plate of herring as an appetizer. Nath and Rod had pork steak with mushrooms, salad and chips, Sonya had potato pancake with goulash and salad, and I had chicken breast with peach and salad.
That, plus a small beer, 2 large beers, a blackcurrant juice, and the bottle of wine totaled only 206PLN (about US$55)!
A wonderful final meal in Krakow.