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restaurant & cafe
Guliwer Cafe & Restaurant is a little, cosy eatery
situated at Bracka street, literally 100 meters from the Old
Town’s Rynek Główny central square. It’s ideal for those who
seek a place in the very heart of Krakow where one may have a
tasty breakfast - or lunch, or dinner - in a casual atmosphere,
sip a glass of excellent wine, or indulge oneself in splendid
coffee or hot, thick chocolate. Till late evening hours we serve
dishes based solely on healthy, natural ingredients, with a
great deal of herbs and without any artificial improvers! The
cakes we recommend and excellent creme brulee are made every day
on the premises by our cooks.
Meal for two without wine -
Address: 6 Bracka street. Website
The Szara Kazimierz
Restaurant is located on Szeroka street, where for more than
20 years has been organized Jewish culture festival. The
Szeroka street is actually not a street but a wide and
beautiful square where You will find Jewish bookshops cosy
coffee shops and hotels. The Szara Kazimierz is a place with
amazing atmosphere and food, with Michelin recommendation
awarded 6 years in a row. Here You can eat international
food with elements from the Scandinavian cooking and also
Polish dishes. The Szara’s specialities are the famous fish
soup a la Bouillabaise, the Plankstek-beef tenderloin served
on a wooden plate, and many other to choose from. The
interiors are spacious and designed with excellent taste.
There is a patio in the back surrounded by beautiful plants,
where You can relax with delicious food and wine. There is
no place like the Szara.
Meal for two without wine - approx. 40 euro
Address: 39 Szeroka street.
Krakow is Poland’s mecca of gourmets thanks to its many
French and Chinese,
Italian and Breton, Mexican and Kurdish, African,
Vietnamese, Indian, etc. Myriad Krakow restaurants cater to
foreign tastes, are run by expats and employ exotic chefs.
Try traditional Polish cuisine in one of Krakow's
choice restaurants. Ask for regional specialties of Krakow and
the Malopolska province.
economically in one of Krakow's low-cost eateries.
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