Located in Kazimierz in Poland, the former Jewish Quarter off Krakow’s old town, Zenit restaurant was conceived as a unique meeting place of diverse culinary and stylistic flavours. Conceived and designed by local interior designer Piotr Paradowski, the stylish venue channels a vintage vibe of metropolitan allure filtered through a lens of contemporary elegance and eclectic taste.
Kazimierz is a bustling, bohemian neighbourhood frequented by locals and tourists alike that constitutes a rich historical canvas of landmark 16th century synagogues, Gothic cathedrals and Baroque churches enriched during the last decades with contemporary galleries, antique shops and trendy bars. Reflecting the cultural amalgamation of the area, Zenit serves a fusion of Asian and Polish dishes in a bespoke environment eclectically inspired by a variety of styles and periods, from pre-war Warsaw cafés and Parisian bistros to New York diners and mid-century interiors.
Text by Yatzer
Photography by Pion Studio and Aga Wnuk