Restaurants

Top Choice Polish in Kraków

Miód Malina

The charmingly named ‘Honey Raspberry’ serves Polish dishes in colourful surrounds. Grab a window seat and order the wild mushrooms in cream, and any of the duck or veal dishes. There’s a variety of beef steaks on t…
Top Choice Polish in Kraków

Marchewka z Groszkiem

Traditional Polish cooking, with hints of influence from neighbouring countries like Ukraine (beer), Hungary (wine) and Lithuania. Excellent potato pancakes and a delicious boiled beef with horseradish sauce highlig…
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Sąsiedzi

A perfect combination: on the left side a high-end Polish restaurant with a lovely, secluded garden, while on the right a clean, friendly milk bar, serving well-above-average steamtable food at affordable prices. We…
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Restauracja Pod Gruszką

A favourite haunt of writers and artists back in the day, this is the eatery that time forgot, with its elaborate old-fashioned decor, featuring chandeliers, lace tablecloths, age-worn carpets and sepia portraits. T…
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Restauracja Stylowa

If you thought you backtracked about 20 years when you arrived in Nowa Huta, the ‘stylish’ Restauracja Stylowa will confirm it. This local legend on the central square was the suburb’s most elegant eatery, and it pr…
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Europejska

Sure, the Polish food at this classic Rynek establishment is good, but most people come here to soak up the old world atmosphere of the restaurant's back rooms. Striped wallpaper, green velvet banquettes and old gra…
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U Babci Maliny

This rustic basement restaurant is partly hidden in a courtyard. Simply descend the stairs like you know where you're going and follow your nose toward the dumplings, meat dishes and salads. One of the specialties h…
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Jama Michalika

Established in 1895, this cavernous place was a hang-out for writers, painters, actors and other artistic types, and the birthplace of the Młoda Polska artistic movement. Today it’s a grand, Art Nouveau restaurant w…
Fish & Chips in Kraków

The Dorsz Pub & Restaurant

The bright, modestly steampunkish interior (think artfully exposed wiring, brick walls, and hanging metal lamps) tells you the standards here are higher than at the average chippie. In addition to fish and chips (wi…
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Pod Aniołami

This is the quintessential Krakovian restaurant; its main dining room occupies a Gothic cellar from the 13th century. Heavy wood furniture, stone walls and fraying tapestries evoke the Middle Ages, as do the grilled…