Taj. The name is simple, but meaningful, because it is Thai cuisine that was lacking in Krakow. But it is not only a kitchen, but also an impressive interior, spacious and cozy; elegant, but also loose, full of marble tables, broken with wood.
In addition, the dishes are served in original ceramics, and on the tables there are tasteful flower arrangements arranged by the florist. There are as many as 19 prints on the walls by the Krakow artist Mateusz Kołek, who eagerly uses Asian motifs in his works – all created on a special order by Taj. All this makes a visit in Taj a feast for all senses.
Text by Haveabite
Photography by Pion Studio