The creative brilliance of Monika Turasiewicz, the brainchild behind Farina, has placed this restaurant within the top echelon of Krakow’s culinary scene. To be found at the quiet corner of St. Marka and St. Jana, a splendid location in the Old Town, Farina’s reputation has grown due to its marvelous fresh fish and sea food, impeccably executed dishes, home-made pasta and dumplings, and innovative yet traditional standards. Located in premises which are historical–the beamed ceilings date back to 1618–the culinary output here may go down in the history books as well! Those with Polish inclinations should try the duck with apples glazed in honey, the grilled trout with garlic and almonds, or the cheese and potato filled pierogi ruskie. With spacious candle-lit rooms, and service par excellence Farina stands firm as one of the Krakow greats. Complimentary aperitif welcomes guests carrying TOP!