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A fantastic experience. The food was great and wholesome. A bit hard to find but ask one of the students you are bound to see hanging around! We made a special visit to come back here as the food, ambiance was great- oh eys, and...did I mention the price. Oh my..., the cheapest . Highly recommended.More
If you'd like to try some honest Polish food at extremely reasonable prices without any frills, then this is the place for you. Recommended to us by our Auschwitz guide, it does what it says on the tin. Find a table, check out the menu,...pay at the counter and enjoy your meal. The pierogi are fantastic, we had huge helpings of Russian and spinach pierogi, delicious cabbage, beets, chicken with groats, cheesy garlic chicken and broth like soup.
2 soups, 2 mains, 10 pierogi, 2 beers only €19.More
We have visited KOKO with friends only to find out that the food has been much overrated (everything we ordered had some quality issue: steak was smelly, chicken too dry etc.).
What's more, to our horror the restaurant has been hosting the far-right, nationalist meeting...in the very room the other guests have been dining. As you imagine, it has not added to the relaxed, holiday ambience one might look for... Later we have found out that the owner actively supports far-right groups and it is quite usual to encounter such meetings there. Avoid if you're not a fan of nationalism and meat of dubious freshness.More
I REALLY didn't want the poncey, touristy main square in Krakow, so we found this little bolt hole. It was lovely inside, a really old cellar converted into a pub, loads of atmosphere and full of locals with a few tourists. Thing is though, you...won't realise it's really what it is, because it's like an iceberg, most of it is below the surface! I didn't want to eat "tourist" and got a plate of ribs, fries and sauerkraut. It's just one of those meals that you won't forget. Cheap, rustic and absolutely lovely. I'd recommend this place any day and it is literally one street parallel with the South side of the square.More
We loved this place,it's warm,noisy and has a great atmosphere. Lots of groups of students and friends eating together. The food was simple but very tasty and plentiful. They only take cash. Eat here if you like to be surrounded by locals and not feel...so much like a tourist!More
I ordered cucumber soup and the chicken roulades with spinach and feta cheese. Came with salad and a side. I opted for two salads-carrot and sauerkraut - instead of potatoes or rice. Cucumber soup was warm, lots of cucumber julienne and some rice, delicious. Entire...meal was very tasty, although chicken a tad dry. With two salads and the soup, I ended up with more than I could eat, so brought one of the roulades back to my place to have for breakfast. With sparkling water, only 30 pln. Highly recommend!More
We enjoyed the pierogi here but the cabbage rolls (Golabki) were little disappointing as they were somewhat plain and tasteless.
The restaurant, despite a clear Visa/MC sign on the door refused to take card payment. We were told we could pay cash in Polish currency...only.More