This little restaurant was around the corner from our apartment. As you can see, even though it was in downtown Krakow, it was rustic. I started with a shot of Krupnik then had stew in a bread bowl. Andreas had stew and spaetzle. The food was okay; there wasn't much meat in either of the main courses, but the broth was good. Andreas' potato soup was a bit watery, but that's the way they make it in eastern Europe. The french fries were nice and crisp.