Miodova is a bold combination of tradition and modernity in the centre of Kazimierz District. Within the walls of a historic building the owners has managed to create a special place. They keep up with global trends but at the same time remain consistent with Polish and especially Cracow tradition. Chefs of Miodova are preparing Cracow’s traditional dishes made with local products, enriched with modern tastes and ways of serving. It all started within blink of an eye: inspiration to create Miodova was an old cookbook “Ilustrowany Kucharz Krakowski” written by Mary Gruszecka in 1897. Thanks to recipes and advices founded in this marvellous book, Miodova is now able to offer guests a rediscovered classic dishes with a modern twist. The dishes can really amaze those who are used to traditional Polish cuisine. Guests will find here clearly marked influences of the Austro-Hungarian, Jewish, Russian and Balkan flavours that change a visit here into a culinary adventure and subtle surprise. The excellent cuisine in addition to intriguing interiors make the place perfect for all kinds of meetings and make Miodova a place worth recommendation. The unique atmosphere of Kazimierz Old Jewish District and memories present at every turn make every step in the area unforgettable experience.