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My partner and I discovered this cafe whilst we were waiting to be able to check in to our apartment. We have been here for drinks for the past 3 days and today we ate here for the first time. It definitely didn't disappoint and...we are hoping to eat there again before we fly home if time permits. The staff are lovely and friendly. The prices are extremely reasonable. In our area so far this is the best customer service we have received. I had the salmon and gorgonzola pasta and my partner had the chicken and spinach pasta. Both delicious, we definately recommend.More
This place has a real flair!
Coming back from the mines, a good and cool stop to have a beer and eat the daily dish!
The owner and bartender is very friendly and cosmopolitan :)
Enjoy the place like we did :)
Definitely must go! Amazing pasta everytime! All ingridients are fresh and of the best quality. Prices are great and you get portion so big that you will hardly eat. I've been there like 20 times and I'm gonna keep going. Cosy place, good just to...stop by. Recommended for all pasta lovers!More
During my Erasmus Stay in Poland I visited this restaurant at least twice a week. (It is located on the opposite site of my university)
Normally they have got a special menu each day, which costs around 12 pln. I usually took this, because I...wanted to have a small suprise and wanted to try something new.
It's a charming small restaurant, which serves good dishes for great prices!
Not far from popular Schindler's Factory Museum and the turtle-like Kotlarski Bridge on the Vistula River, this is a nice, small and cozy place. You can stop by just for coffee, cakes, beer, soup, warm sandwich, or delicious noodles. It is frequently visited by the...students from the Frycza University across the street. Very friendly staff of the cafe will do their best to satisfy you with your order. Service is fast for those rushing, but you can stay there as long as you wish and relax. The artistically oriented owners offer the walls for periodic displays of the works of the local artists. You will always find something interesting there. Paid parking is next door, but with a bit of luck you may find a free spot just in front of the cafe in the busy main street. Stops of public transportation are very close too. This long forgotten district of Zablocie is now becoming trendy as an offspring of already popular Kazimierz and Podgorze nearby. Check it out!More
Popped in for lunch after a tour of Krakow. Not a large place, but for me that was ideal. Small but constant clientele conning through the whole time I was here, which was over an hour.
Started with coffee which was well made and exactly...how I asked for it. Then the Red Chicken which was tasty, filing and a great price. Also had a local Polish Cider.... yum.
Maciek was a fabulous host; made sure I was happy but didn't hover over me. Friendly and humorous with some time to spend having a quick chat to ask where I was from, going, etc.
Would recommend this place to anyone wanting good food and a great price.More
This small cafe appears to specialize in Italian food. There is no menu in English, but both dishes my partner and I ordered were as good as any I have had in Italian restaurants in Italy or the US. Atmosphere is informal but comfortable, and...prices are low.More
Date of visit: July 2015
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