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Dragonflys are always popping into the dreamy paintings of Jozef Mehoffer, the grand old painter who used to live in this house. The artist's magical home is now a first-class museum that offers a wonderful window onto the world of 'Mloda Polska' (Polish Art Nouveau). It's one of Cracow's oft-missed treasures. Having sauntered around the garden (which has been brought back to its pre-war style) why not settle down for a cup of tea and a cake? After all, this is Cracow, and somehow it wouldn't be quite right not to. Mehoffer himself would be sure to agree....
Editor & Krakow Local
Until 2012 it was a quiet place where I loved to go for a really good tiramisu and an excellent coffee in the beautiful garden ( and see the museum). The issue I had with the place was that it seemed to have hired a baker every other day, as when the tiramisu was fresh it was really really good, a pattern of getting fresh delicious and then slightly dried out seemed to form... I heard there's new management now and Wazka is completely transformed, to the worse or better, I ask?. Has anyone been?
this place is old school Krakow canteen catering. decent food at decent prices. no tourists, no frills. handy to know about if you're an expat, otherwise no need to make a note of