This top-class restaurant in one of the city's top hotels is on one of Kraków's loveliest corners, at the foot of Wawel Hill. The imaginative menu is made up of classic Polish dishes—albeit the dishes you might find on the table of a typically aristocratic table—enriched with a cosmopolitan twist. The menu changes according to seasons or chef's creativity—at one point it featured, for instance, foie gras roasted with apples and a touch of mead and quail with spinach
accompanied by potato blini. There's also a special six-course tasting menu for 180 złoty per person. In summer you can dine on the rooftop terrace, with some of the best views in the city.
Hotel Copernicus, ul. Kanonicza 16, Kraków, 31-002, Poland