The kitchen is located in a separate part of the castle to prevent the spread of fire. The central place occupied by a large white tile stove that had multiple functions. Particularly interesting is the performance of the chimney, which is not found in conventionally place. Smoke sinks below the channel floor kitchen, the wall where it connects with the existing chimney. Its large diameter allowed the vacuum through which the smoke is pulled from the oven. In the corner of the room is located batch in which, in addition to bread, could prepare other dishes. The adjacent room functioned as a pantry, where they kept supplies of foodstuffs.
One of the proofs of the existence of dungeon in the castle Trakošćan is the label and murals preserved on the vault the enclosure wall pilgrimage church of St. Mary of Jerusalem on reed tiles near Krapina. The surviving text testifies that a certain Nikola Capek from nearby Bednja thank the Blessed Virgin Mary as he was through the intercession found innocent and acquitted of Trakoscan's dungeon. In the dungeon is shown torture using stocks. Jailer would inmate's neck and wrists invested in the openings in the stocks in order to limit its movement. So detained prisoner would be prepared for the torture that would extort a confession or for execution of sentence.