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While walking through the pictoresque Jewish ghetto, Kazimierz, we (i was with my boyfriend, his brother and wife) bumped into this lovely coffee shop. We spent a few hours there tasting great cakes and a very good coffee. The place is cozy and relaxing. it...is great to swing by to grab something quick or sit there, sipping a coffee and having a chat.
Also, nice people work there. We met Elizabeth, a super nice girl, very smiley and polite. She gave us a lot of info about the city and even booked a taxi to go to the airport (otherwise we would have spent quite a bit...) in other words: lovely!
So, the whole experience was very nice. if I'll ever return to Krakow I'd definately go there again.More
Amazingly charming place, created and run with love for coffee. Great alternatives – I was so excited to drink my Rwanda brew that I even forgot to take a pic of the coffee after I smelled it! 😅
Come and enjoy! 😋☕️🍪
Atmosphere: cozy cafe to stop over for a rest and have a coffee or refreshments. I like to the layout and the interior/exterior design. I felt comfortable inside while im resting. Menu is limited but this is what we expect from a small cafe. No...customer toilet (which is normal for a small cafe) but the staff is so kind to let me use their staff toilet. Also, if you read books, this is a great place to read too. It has a quiet ambiance.
Food and drink: I've had fresh fruit juice and a piece of brownie (just to try their menu) and i'll give this a thumb mark for the taste, plus its a big serving.More
Loved this place. Very small inside (only three tables) but there is also some seating outside. Otherwise’s drinks can be taken away as you wonder the Jewish quarter. Staff were friendly. Music was great.
Ordered an Americano and caramel macchiato. Both were delicious! Although I...wish I ordered a filter coffee as this can be done via the drip coffee technique or with an aero press which from experience always tastes much better!
We didn’t eat here but the food we saw looked very fresh and tasty.