Krakow Restaurants

Whether you want to sample traditional Polish cuisine or enjoy a plate of Pierogi in a milk bar; whether your tastes lean more towards the Mediterranean; or if you’re a fan of Sushi and Asian cooking styles; Krakow has something to offer everyone!

All the restaurants and cafes listed on these pages have been visited by us, and you are encouraged to leave your own reviews so that you can share your experiences of Krakow with others – Smacznego! (*enjoy your meal!)

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  • TAO Teppanyaki & More

  • Address: ul. Jozefinska 4, Krakow, 30-529
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Pizzeria Trzy Papryczki

OK, there's a lot of pizza restaurants in Krakow, but there are some that people won't stop recommending or going back to. At the top of this list must surely be Trzy Papryczki (Three Peppers), w

Pod Aniolami
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One of the shining stars in Krakow's restaurant heaven, Pod Aniolami (literally "under the angels") at 35 Grodzka Street offers one of the finest traditional Polish menus you will find, and has a

CK Browar

C.K. Browar is a place whose origins date back to 1996, when in the historical cellars a pub with its own Mini Brewery, Restaurant and Club was established. It is the oldest brewery restaurant in Krak


Miodova is a bold combination of tradition and modernity in the center of Kazimierz. Within the walls of a historic building we managed to create a special place: keeping up with global trends, but at the same time remaining consistent with the Polish, especially Cracow, tradition

Scandale Royal
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Building on the success of the original "Le Scandale" in Kazimierz comes a new offering for Krakow's Old Town. Opened in 2008 on Plac Szczepanski, Scandale Royal is a "dress to impress" and

Browar Lubicz

With over 170 years of history the Lubicz Brewery is an integral part of the spirit of Krakow. After 14 years of lying dormant, the brewery has been restored and reopened allowing visitors to taste th

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On the north east side of the Rynek, facing the statue of Adam Mickiewicz, is the beautifully restored Kamienica Szara, or Grey Building, whose interior dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. Behind

Morskie Oko
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Morskie Oko, which translates as "Marine Eye", is named after the largest lake in the Tatra Mountains that divide Poland and Slovakia. The restaurant Morskie Oko provides a grand opportunity for