New Restaurants In 2014

The beginning of 2014 saw the greatest spawn of new Krakow eat-outs in years. Actually, even the most savvy denizens have a hard time managing the caleidoscope of new restaurants in the city, not to mention the laymen-explorers of new flavours. And there is much to explore, too, as since January Krakow's restaurant map has gained, among others, Thai and French cuisine places, a steakhouse and new street food venues.

To help you navigate through the somewhat lengthy list, we prepared our own go-to proposals:

Big Mango
A small restaurant run bya Pole and a Thai, with home-made Thai cuisine and often changed menu. Booking a table strongly advised.
ul. Bronowicka 23

27 Porcji Slow Food
Small venue close a bit further from the city centre, close to the Jagiellonian University's Campus. Short, often changed menu, based on regional and season products.
ul. Chmieleniec 2B

Deli 8
A shop-cum-bistro serving mostly Thai and Italian cuisine, with an often changed menu.
ul. Mazowiecka 8

Bobby Burger
Close to Galeria Krakowska, opened until late hours, offers fresh, decently priced burgers.
ul. Pawia 34

Bon Appetit
Serves French delicacies and wines in a chill-out interior.
Dajwór 2a

The Dorsz British Fish &Chips
Traditional British cooking: fish & chips, but also Sunday roast or black pudding. English breakfast, fish soup or even fried Mars bar available, too.
ul. Św. Anny 4

Brasserie Sztuka
A French bistro place, opened in the place of former Sztuka Cinema. Desserts made by chef Fabrice Boulahouache. 
ul. św. Jana 6

Ed Red
Genuine steakhouse, with dry-seasoned meat in offer, endorsed by chef Adam Chrząstowski.
ul. Sławkowska 3

Massolit Bakery & Cafe
Bakery and cafe with traditional American pastry, New York bagels, soups, salads and freshly roasted coffee
ul. Smoleńsk 17 | tel. 12 432 41 50

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