Best Restaurants in Krakow
Good food is a big part of any holiday, and when you come to Krakow, we want to make sure you taste the best. From home-cook favourites to international and exotic, Krakow has a booming culinary scene that’s sure to keep you satisfied.
Here are some of the best places:
Every good day starts with a good breakfast and Zenit is one of the best places to get your early morning fill. The options are varied – we suggest the French toast – filling and oh so delicious, not to mention the fact that every plate comes out looking like something you’d see on Instagram. Add on great coffee and a buzzing atmosphere and you’ll probably find yourself spending a few hours here.
If you’re looking for the best of Poland, Starka is the place to go. Just a short hop from the enchanting Corpus Christi Basilica, the restaurant serves up some of the finest staples of Polish cuisine, including sour rye soup, their own signature salads, pork sirloin, and some mighty fine tasting desserts.
Also, check out the homemade flavoured vodkas they have if you want the night to include a bit of a buzz.
If Italian is your thing then Mamma Mia do it right. Book ahead if you want a good table as the place is often packed – which is no surprise given the delicious range of pastas, pizzas and other snacks available at this place. The wine list is equally as impressive and the staff are on hand to ensure a good meal and a warm welcome to Krakow.
You can’t come to Krakow and not go for the authentic Polish milkbar experience. These were the canteens that used to feed workers day in and day out during socialist times. Think no frills surroundings and a simple-yet-tasty menu.
Today many milkbars have survived, and even thrived, sticking to the simple, but now attracting people from all walks of life and plenty of tourists. Milkbar Tomasza is one such place, tucked away in Krakow’s Old Town
If you’d like to sip some fancy cocktails and take in the atmosphere around Szczepański Square, then Scandale Royal is the place for you. Other that the aforementioned beverages, the food is unpretentious and tasty (the breakfast comes particularly recommended) and the interior is cosy meets classy.
If Mediterranean is a must then check out Restauracja Pino. It’s raved about for its stylish comfy interior and the menu is packed with tasty things like duck sous vide with sweet potato puree and ribs in tomato and honey sauce. Being ever so slightly hip, this is also a great place to people watch the locals.