The Copernicus Restaurant</em> is noted for genuine frescos and renaissance ceilings that grace an elegant interior. This is the place where the most discerning palates can savour the traditional Polish aristocratic cuisine with exquisite seasonally changed menu.
Also of note is an impressive collection of over 200 varieties of wine in the Hotel’s wine bar (Vinoteka), a café on the patio covered with a glass roof and an open-air bar on the rooftop terrace, open exclusively for hotel guests, that offers an unmatched view of Royal Wawel Castle.
The Hotel’s gothic walls house one of Poland’s classiest restaurants. Its exquisite cuisine and discreet staff won appreciation of Nobel Prize-winning poets – Czesław Miłosz and Wisława Szymborska – as well as distinguished politicians such as Vaclav Havel and Helmut Kohl.
The Copernicus Restaurant is an ideal setting for lunches, dinners, business meetings, family reunions or wine-tasting events.
On Friday and Saturday evenings live piano entertainment is provided.
Restaurant: 22 seats, Patio Café: 12 seats, The Fireplace Hall: 25 seats.
The Copernicus Restaurant is open from 12.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. from 11.00 p.m. and 7.00 a.m. room-service is available for Hotel Guests.
Copernicus Restaurant is recommended in the 2012 Michelin Guide.
Steven from United Kingdom
Posted on 06-06-2015
One of the best restaurants in Cracow.
Lovely cuisine recommended by Michelin Guide, great choice of wines and all that just a couple meters from Polish king's castle!
Prices might seem high but it's really worth it.
Peter from Glasgow/ Scotland
Posted on 18-04-2015
Quiet and peaceful place to stop for dinner after a few hours spent in the castle or in the Old Town.
Perfect service and the food is delicious.
Served wine is of a very good quality. I shall certainly go back there if I ever come back to Krakow!