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Chimera Salad Bar

  • $
  • Vegetarian

Be prepared for some difficult choices at Kraków's most popular salad bar: the selection of nourishing salads and other savory staples...

Chłopskie Jadło

  • $$
  • Polish

This restaurant's name means "Peasant Kitchen," but this is the most entertaining interpretation of that theme imaginable. All meals...

Copernicus

  • $$$$
  • Polish

This top-class restaurant in one of the city's top hotels is on one of Kraków's loveliest corners, at the foot of Wawel Hill. The imaginative...

Farina

  • $$$
  • Mediterranean

True to its logo (a sack of flour and a fish), this restaurant offers consistently good fish, seafood, and homemade pasta. A special...

Metropolitan

  • $$
  • Contemporary

The smooth and sleek Metropolitan could be mistaken for something straight out of Manhattan. The atmosphere is elegant yet relaxed, and...

Paese

  • $$
  • Mediterranean

The only Corsican restaurant in Poland—and one of the first memorable restaurants of the post-communist era—Paese was an immediate...

Pod Aniołami

  • $$
  • Polish

Legend has it that this downstairs cellar was once an alchemist's lab. These days, Under the Angels is one of the more tastefully furnished...

Pod Różą

  • $$$
  • Contemporary

Built in the converted courtyard of a tenement house, Under the Rose is airy, spacious, elegant, and contained under a glass roof. A...

U Vincenta

  • $
  • Polish

This is paradise for the connoisseurs of pierogi, the Polish cousins of Italian ravioli and Japanese gyoza. In a tiny interior with no...

Wierzynek

  • $$$$
  • Polish

This restaurant's history goes back to 1364, when a wealthy Krakovian merchant named Wierzynek treated a party of European monarchs to...

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