Gluten free resturants in KrakowKrakow · 4 Items · Anna Maciejowska · View in Story Mode
Handpicked by a Krakow Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Gluten free resturants in Krakow'.
Pod Baranem, or 'under the ram', open since 1997 and situated just a couple of hundred metres from Wawel Castle opposite the Planty gardens is fine example of proper Polish cuisine. Inside, Pod Baranem has five air-conditioned rooms that can seat up to around 100 people. Antique furniture and linen tablecloths give a late 19th century bourgeois feel offset by plenty of natural light and touches More info
Imagine a cozy restaurants by the sunny beach of azure blue sea. From the warm interior comes a quiet, romantic music and chatter. The waiter welcomes you and at the door step offers a glass of a perfectly chilled white wine. Now imagine such place in Krakow. In the alley of the Poselska street, away from the hustle and bustle, but close enough to main square to feel the magical atmosphere of t More info
When heading for Krakow's Kazimierz, one should be aware that Plac Nowy has a twin brother, slightly off its nightlife buzz: the quieter and less pretentious Plac Wolnica. In the northern corner of the square and in close proximity to the famous Corpus Christi Church, you will find restful Cafe Mlynek; and whether for food, drink or artistic events, it's favoured by locals and travellers. Cafe More info
Foremost on offer at Percheron restaurant and its connected Café Oranzeria is its breathtaking view of Krakow. From the seventh floor of the modern 4-star Kossak hotel opens a full, unspoilt panorama of the historic architecture along the Wisla riverbank. The windows of Orangeria look straight out onto Wawel's towers, resting in the very centre of the cityscape while removed from the rush of the More info
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