A straightforward menu of classic pastas, gnocchi and neapolitan pizzas, topped with some first rate ingredients, like San Marzano tomatoes or mozzarella di Bufala Campana, make Miodowy Piecyk a worthy choice. Highlights include an immensely comforting cacio e pepe, fluffy gnocchi with spicy nduja and pizza margherita D.O.P.. Craft beer available.
Modern and comfy cafe&bistro. Here you'll find an abundance of options for vegans, fit lifestyle followers, comfort food and dessert lovers. Come with your friends or loved ones and enjoy all day breakfast and brunch or lovely lunch with a glass of chilled prosecco!
Sit in the glorious rear garden surrounded by the old oaks, if weather allows, and admire the beauty of nature, as you might even spot a roe here. The a la carte menu ranges from dumplings and beef tartare, to veal with seasonal toppings, wild boar chop or zander with quinoa, and even pasta. Be sure not to skip the luscious desserts!
As the name suggest, this comfy bistro situated in the fairy-tale-ish Podgórze Market Square, is all about the love for gluten. Here you can indulge to the full your taste for homemade pasta and masterfully folded dumplings with an array of different fillings, sauces and toppings. Pair your food with wine or some Polish craft beers.
The chef Grzegorz Fic invites you for a feast of Polish traditional tastes and ingredients, like wild game or farmhouse cheese, refined with an intricate plating and enriched with the Mediterranean influences. You can even spot a lobster tank with lobsters and oysters. Thanks to the unique self-service Enomatic machine, guests can enjoy an exceptional selection of wines by the glass.
A meeting place inspired by the tastes you can find on the
streets of all of the most glamorous cities – New York, Berlin,
Tel Aviv, Barcelona or Tokyo. A casual atmosphere paired with
an industrial interior and a modern menu full of comfort food
has put Międzymiastowa at the top of the local hip list.
Inside the Sheraton Grand Krakow at The Roof Top Terrace & Lounge Bar, diners will find everything they need: breathtaking views of the Royal Wawel Castle and Vistula River, an extensive selection of drinks and cocktails, and a very pleasing menu filled with lights snacks and salads, seafood, Polish beef and homemade pasta.
The restaurant name and its interior design were both inspired by the Oskar Schindler’s enamel factory that made its historical mark on the neighbourhood. The industrial yet cosy spaces invites to linger over a Polish cuisine inspired menu full of interesting vegetarian options concocted with some carefully picked ingredients.
The main highlights of the appetizing menu are the wholesome, palatable dishes mounted with the freshness of seasonal veggies. But be warned – this is not a vegetarian only restaurant! You’ll be amazed by the creativity of compositions concocted from buckets of inspiration from all around the world with a pinch of added magic.
An impressive dry aging fridge filled with gourmet quality beef is the heart of the restaurant. But it doesn’t mean the cooks only fancy preparing juicy steaks. The menu is full of scrumptious seafood and fish options, and some appetizing snacks and sides as well. Great wine choices and an exquisitely stocked deli are available on the spot.
This cosy sushi joint will surprise you with the exquisite quality and ingenious ideas used to produce their sushi bites and sets – arguably most delicious in the whole city. They are also famous for their delicious vegan options. Don’t forget to book your table as Youmiko is extremely popular with the locals!
A delicious slice of Italy in the heart of Cracow! Carefully chosen products are shipped from Italy once a week and used with respect to prepare the top-notch neapolitan pizzas, with crust seductively smelling of fresh bread, and truly addictive handmade pastas, like the cult raviolo with ricotta di bufala and runny yolk.
A captivatig spirit of Paris bistros is visible at every corner and in every plate of this charming restaurant situated in the picturesque Podgórze district. The menu is simple, full of appetizing and honest French-inspired dishes. A perfect place to spend some quality time. Wine lovers will be also delighted.
All the seven Thai cooks came to Cracow from different regions of Thailand, so their combined experience results in the menu full of cult street food dishes, as well as delicacies that aren’t well known to the tourists. Apart form the super tasty and flavourful food, check out the beautiful interiors adorned with art and flowers
Wesoła has everything to keep you going throughout the day! Wholesome breakfasts, yummy sandwiches and lunches, sweets to die for and specialty coffee to kill for, smoothies and juices to vitaminize yourself. If you want to lounge till the evening, wines and beers are ready and waiting!
To enhance the recipes of their broths and toppings, the owners have hit the road and studied the secrets of the cult dish in Yokohama. The effect? Some seriously delicious bowls of liquid pleasure that no ramen-ya in Japan would be ashamed of. Don’t miss out on their tsukemen – unfortunately still a rare discovery in Poland.
Wschód, meaning East, is the aromatic realm of soy sauced, chili spiced and sesame sprinkled dishes. The menu traverses various Asian countries, including dishes like delicious Sichuan wontons, kara age chicken, mouthwatering dan dan noodles and is ideal to share among the feasters. The breakfasts are top-notch, too. Don’t ignore the wine and food pairing suggestions!
A rooftop location with a floor to ceiling glass windows offers a fantastic view over the the Wawel Hill, the Old Town and the Vistula Boulevard. From spring to autumn you can enjoy your meal on a vast, open air terrace. The menu is inspired by the various European cuisines.
Need a relaxed, reliable spot to feast on some timeless comfort food with a bunch of friends? Get a table at Moo Moo steakhouse! The menu is filled with aged beef, perfectly grilled burgers and grill dishes. If you cannot decide what to choose, spoil yourself with a beef tasting set!
The first handmade udon shop in Cracow was opened not so long ago, but already grabbed the attention of local foodies. A hearty bowl of thick, wheat flour noodles, subtly flavoured broth and spot on toppings and sides like natto, tofu or tempura – all this amounts to a sinfully delicious experience.
Pizzatopia is an every pizza-loving foodie dream – lighter than air dough, that is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, accompanied by a bunch of appetizing ingredients. What’s best? You choose what you want to put on your pie and your custom made pizza it’s ready in only 3 minutes! Hop in for a quick, tasty bite!
Embark on a taste journey through Japanese cuisine. Edo invites you to dine on assorted sushi bites and generous sushi sets and a variety of signature Asian dishes, like some steamed bao buns or a Vietnamese noodle salad. To enhance your Asian experience, book an intimate Japanese style tatami room.
Well begun is half the job done, so if you want to give yourself a chance for a great day, start it off with a breakfast feast at Ranny Ptaszek, which means “early bird”. In this charming little joint you’ll have one of the yummiest shakshukas in your life, not to mention the delightful sandwiches, drop scones and perfectly brewed coffee.
A superb cocktail bar, a pretty restaurant with menu rich with comfort food choices, a tapas bar and a great spot for lunch during the week. All those ideas fused together to form a hip place to be. Great tasting opportunities for all vodka fans, as they will find here a truly excellent selection.
Dining in Molam is a trip through four different & distinctive regions of Thailand. Unconventional dishes are designed for sharing, so it's essential not to settle on the single plate. The menu is short to maximise on freshness and changes on regular basis. The open kitchen offers chef's table experience ( yes, you can watch the chefs cooking the food in front of you ). If you miss real Thai flavours come to Molam to get your fix.
Jump in a time machine that will take you straight to the interwar Cracow. The large and elegant space enraptures guests with Art Deco style references. The chef draws inspirations from Old-Polish cuisine, but adorns his dishes with modern plating that make an enjoyable addition to very solid food. Compliment your dinner with an expertly made vodka pairing.
French fries, burgers, ice cream, Indian curry, sandwiches, hot dogs, vegetarian dishes - anything your street food loving heart and stomach desires, gathered in one food truck park surrounded by the trees and green meadows. Stretch yourself on a sunbed in the warm days, while sipping on cocktails, beer or wine.
A chain of four little temples of some serious hedonistic pleasures. If Marie Antoinette lived in the modern times, she would certainly indulge in all the luscious cupcakes, muffins and ultra-creamy artisanal ice cream. Complement your sweet treats with a cup of freshly roasted organic coffee
Scena54 is a flirtatious blend of snooty social club, earnest culture house, and swinging nightclub. During the week it's a laid-back cocktail lounge for the cuff-linked and coutured, while on weekends there's always a party, and often a performance - be it burlesque, jazz or stand-up - before the DJs hit the decks.
The philosophy of this artisan ice-cream shop seems to be “less is more”, as you can choose from only six flavours, but two of them change daily, so they’ll never stop surprising your taste buds! Made of 100% natural ingredients and free-range cream – Creamylicious! Vegan options are also available.
Looking for the best hummus in town, or even in the whole country? Visit charming, llittle enterprise founded by a couple of chickpea paste lovers. You can enhance your hummus by adding selected toppings or veggies and lick your bowl clean using a fresh pita.
Handelek draws on tradition of breakfasts spots that flourished in Cracow in the prewar era. The main staple here are the open faced sandwiches made with homemade spreads and regional products, which includes local delicacies like smoked trout from Ojców, Lisiecka sausage or bryndza cheese from Podhale. Necessarily try their Cracowian menu for brunch!
The Dog (food-truck & newly opened stationary point) brings a new glory to the good old hot dog with the artisan sausage, buttery bun, some homemade pickles, perfectly spiced up sauces and sinful additions like
blood sausage, rhubarb chutney, bacon crunch, pulled pork or mac & cheese. You’ll find them daily on the Plac Izaaka food truck market and at the corner of Meiselsa and Krakowska street.
Chef Marcin Sołtys transforms high quality, local ingredients from Cracow’s favourite farmers market, Stary Kleparz, into captivating and palatable dishes that are rooted in Polish cuisine. Through its relaxed and accessible approach, Filipa 18 redefines the whole fine dining experience.