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Krakow's best restaurants

Here the best places to discover Krakow’s dynamic and exiting cuisine. From Polish nouvelle to hip hybrid bars.

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Art

Top-class Polish nouvelle cuisine. Art is an innovative restaurant that serves genuine gourmet food made from the finest local ingredients under the slogan Polish cuisine reinvented. Art is headed by talented young chef Michal Cienki. To get the most out of your experience, choose a tasting menu that’s also available at lunch-time.

Art

Kanonicza 15, Krakow

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Tytano

You’ll find Krakow’s hippest hybrid that spans bar life and the restaurant scene in a former factory called Tytano. This 12,000sq m erstwhile cigar factory has been transformed into a creative entrepreneurial complex with 25 bars, restaurants and clubs. The food ranges from vegan and Asiatic fusion to steaks, burgers and cakes – and the bars serve coffee, artisan beers and craft gins.

Tytano

Dolnych Mlynow 10, Krakow

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Krakow slow wine

If you swear by organic and natural wines, Krako Slow Wine is the place to go. Pawel Wozniak and his staff sell and serve sensational Tokaji wine, Polish organic wine, Georgian natural wine, orange wine and cider. Their focus is on wines from eastern Europe about which Wozniak is incredibly knowledgeable. If you fancy a bite to eat, they serve home-made bar snacks and there’s a Georgian bbq outside

Krakow slow wine

Lipowa 6, Krakow

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Biala Roza

Head Chef Lukasz Cichy serves modern Polish cuisine in glamorous surroundings, without an over-the-top gourmet feel. The menu features season al local slow food, such as trout from Ojcow, wild salmon, asparagus, local cheeses from small producers and Polish wine. And for something extra special, there’s a dessert tasting menu.

Biala Roza

Ul. Straszewskiego 16, Krakow

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Andras food truck

Slow food sandwich sensation. It may sound similar to fast food, but behind Kamil Brys’ cult maczanka po krakowsku sandwich is very slow cooked meat, a specially baked bun that can hold the juices without disintegrating – and plenty of sleepless nights trying to find the perfect recipe.

Andras food truck

ul. Wawrzynca 16, Kazimierz

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Halicka eatery & bar

Head Chef Michal Kowalski has created something much more than a run-of-the-mill hotel restaurant. The interior design has instant Instagram appeal that suits the casually dressed clientele and they serve high-quality Polish and international cuisine made from the finest local ingredients. Located in the four-star Puro Hotel.

Halicka eatery & bar

Ul. Halicka 14A, Krakow

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