Calling all food lovers, this 3-hour evening dining experience showcases Krakow’s culture through the medium of local cuisine. In a restaurant overlooking the picturesque Kryspinow Lake, you’ll pleasure your palate with hearty Polish dishes such as breaded pork, fried cabbage, apple pie, and a selection of salads, cured meats, and regional cheeses. During the feast, watch a folk show and admire the rustic décor of the restaurant while enjoying unlimited drinks.
3-hour evening dining experience and folk show in Krakow
Ideal for lovers of food and local culture
Dine in a rustically decorated restaurant overlooking Kryspinow Lake
Feast on an all-you-can-eat buffet of Polish specialties such as breaded pork, fried cabbage, and apple pie
Watch a folk show and enjoy unlimited drinks during the meal
Your tour departs from the Wawel Castle bus stop at 6:45pm, where you’re advised to arrive 10 minutes prior to your departure time. From here, you’ll travel to a traditional Polish restaurant, located beside the beautiful Kryspinow Lake, on a red double-decker bus.
On arrival at the restaurant, admire rustic décor that invokes Polish culture and prepare to pleasure your palate with a feast of Polish specialties; pork covered in crisp breadcrumbs, herby baked potatoes, fried cabbage, and sour rye soup are some of the dishes featured in the hot buffet, while cured meat, regional cheese, apple pie, ice cream, and jellies comprise the cold buffet.
Throughout the meal, Polish musicians and dancers perform folk songs and unlimited drinks, including tea, coffee, wine, beer, and water, flow freely to ensure your thirst is always sated.
Your tour concludes with drop-off at your original departure point in Krakow.
great performances, the food was delicious and enjoyed the cherry vodka . Enjoyed the entire night. One problem was that our bus broke down and you had to wait 2-4 hrs for a replacement. We took an uber. You might consider having a bus ready to go in case there is a problem.
The song and dance was wonderful. The food really needed an explanation-- many at our table hadn't heard of pierogi and would never have tried them if we didn't encourage it. Signs by each buffet dish would have helped. And more guidance about when to go to buffet. And maybe not having the drinks behind the musicians since we could not access for much of the evening.
Walking into the restaurant, we were met with a band playing Polish music and a shot of wisniowka, Polish cherry vodka. The venue was very quaint. The show was fantastic. The dancing and singing made for a fun evening. I was even asked to dance by the gentleman dancer. I have two left feet but the memory will last a lifetime. The food was delicious and very plentiful. I am so glad that I saw this trip on Viator and would highly recommend it for a fun night in Krakow.
Very nice evening - transportation from Krakow was very easy by bus, and the restaurant was lovely. The seating was a bit difficult as there were wooden columns in front of some of the tables so our view was blocked. It was very crowded so dinner was served in shifts. The food was plentiful and very good, and the dessert was outstanding. This was a very good value for the money.
We visited this excellent restaurant on the Cottage Style Evening with Folk Show and Traditional Feast from Krakow booked through Viator, it was excellent service fro start to finish.
Despite being a 15 minute drive from Krakow Old Town our taxi driver knew exactly where to drop us off when we showed him our paperwork, the open top tour bus was already waiting for us, clearly signed and with our guide waiting to book us on, the journey to the restaurant took about an hour through some pleasing countryside to a beautiful Swiss style log cabin of huge proportions next to a beautiful lake where we were able to watch the Sunset later in the evening.
Welcomed by the waiting staff and the Folk performers with a song and a nice shot which I think was cherry Vodka we were shown to our table along with all the other guests, beer, wine, soft drinks and hot drinks were free all evening on a help yourself basis.
We were soon brought our starter, a traditional Polish vegetable and noodle soup with bread and dripping on the table, I opted for just the bread dripping not being my cup of tea.
The folk dancers/musicians then started the first of their routines entertaining everyone with traditional Polish folk dances and folk music performed by an accordionist, Violinist and Flutist. It was most enjoyable.
Our main course followed which was Pork cutlet with potatoes and side, all very nice followed by a delicious apple pie and ice cream with more performances by the dancers and musicians, this time with much audience participation.
After all that food the staff brought out the buffet made up with many traditional Polish dishes which I cannot really comment on as I was already too stuffed to try them.
A final performance by the artists rounded off a brilliant evening, we then wandered down to the lake to watch the sunset before re-boarding the tour bus.
The building itself is beautiful all made of timber, inside is very clean and comfortable, the artists where excellent and the whole night was enchanting.
We highly recommend this tour.