Ariel is a popular Jewish restaurant. Plenty of traditional favourites, plus some many gentiles which many have never even heard of.
Things like potato latkes and dumplings come recommended, as do chicken stuffed goose necks and sirloin steak, and there also happens to be a variety of hard liquor offered; mainly vodkas, cognacs and whiskeys along with wine and beer.
Listed vegetarian meals however, are limited to two. People speak well of this place but it is often very busy so be prepared to wait.
Austin from New Zeland
Posted on 03-07-2015
We had never eaten Jewish food and what with our visit to the camps and staying on top the Jewish quarter we decided to get a taste. We booked the table before and was asked did we want music which we agreed to. We where taken to an upstairs room that was just like an old fashioned dinning room. We are so glad we paid the £10 for the music it was delightful and so different. The female singer was amazing. The waiter was friendly and helped us our choice of food which was extremely good and homely. The atmosphere and experience was better then we had hoped for. Great night!
Henryk from Israel
Posted on 18-06-2015
In the heart of Jewish Kazimierz district there is a great Jewish restaurant.Food is delicious, garden with view also great. Worth going.
Yu from Ulaan Bataar
Posted on 14-01-2015
The location of this place is the best, right in the heart of Jewish distric on the most beautiful street I've ever seen, two steps from historical synagogues. Love it!