Decorated like a mountain tavern, Chata is a fun experience with cheap and tasty local cooking. Perfect for a cold, winter night.
Chata’s rough-hewn wooden interior – the owners call it their ‘hut’ – with chunky furniture and sheepskin throws on the backs of the chairs, is cosy and more akin to a meal in the mountains than central Kraków. The plates are small but cheap, and inviting enough to try a selection of local specialities, including Hunter’s Stew with buckwheat and sauerkraut. The service can get overwhelmed but recommended all the same.
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