Traditional Polish cuisine in modern version, inspired by the book “Ilustrowany kucharz krakowski” [Illustrated Kraków cook] from 1897 – sounds like a good idea for a restaurant in the heart of Kazimierz. The idea was carried out by the owners of Miodova, a restaurant where you can try the forgotten flavours of Galician cuisine.
The elegant, modern, and at the same time cosy interior, as well as rich, exquisite menu including dished based on recipes from the 19th century. Crayfish soup, honey cake made of organic honey, baked pierogi with veal, croquettes with goose meat... The long list of traditional dishes seems to be endless.
They all are prepared by the local chef – Mateusz Turaj – before customers’ very own eyes and only with fresh, usually organic, ingredients. The open kitchen keeps the customers entertained while waiting for dishes and allows them to admire the artistry of experienced cooks.
The modern approach towards traditional recipes enables customers to fully discover the flavours of dishes of their childhood, enjoy the aesthetic values of dishes and unusual combinations at the same time.