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Its well worth straying beyond the old town for this little gem. Not least because of the fantastic Manggha museum itself, but also as here you can enjoy some of the best oriental food in the city - miso soup, sushi - and all washed down by some bracing cups of green tea. If you're feeling in a more conservative mood then the coffee is equally good, matched by the wonderful view of the castle - one of the best in the city - and well worth the trip for this alone.
Editor & Krakow Local
Very bad sushi and etremely poor service. :(
love it !!!
I like it
This place has so much potential, but sadly the food is not worth the price and the most upsetting thing is service. I would say both - at the museum/gallery and in the cafe. The Mangha architecture is amazing and it could be easily one of the funkiest place in Krakow for an afternoon coffee. However, the unfriendliness and constantly empty cafe space & food quality doesn't make me want to come back again. Unfortunately.
"Logically" speaking you shouldn't be able to eat "fresh" sushi so far away from the sea. And you certainly won't eat fresh sushi in Cracow. Horribly overpriced, locals know to avoid this place.
This place is absolutely awful. Very bad sushi and etremely poor service, which makes your stay in Manggha not memorable at all. Only the great view to the Wawel castle could make me think about coming once more to this place...but only for a cup of coffee.
Cafe Mangga is the perfect place to chill on a hot day, beautiful views over the Vistula and the Castle backed by a lovely cool museum to wander around, all within easy walking distance of the city centre
Sushi are not even close to what I've eaten in Moscow and in Kiev!
There is no good sushi bar in Krakow
Cafe Manggha is perfect for a lazy Sunday and the museum is great. Tasty sushi and a great view! (It's worth remembering that although the restaurant is always open, the museum is closed every third Sunday of the month, on the other Sundays it's free!)