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A domestic burger chain originating in Warsaw with the belief that fast food doesn't have to be bad food, Bobby Burger has now arrived in Krakow, with an outlet on Pawla Street, directly opposite Galeria Krakowska, the shopping mall that straddles the main rail station. The outlets are characterised by their funky murals by young local artists and a keenly priced yet tasty menu.
Unlike many competitors, Bobby Burger takes pride in its locally sourced produce and in details such as burger rolls baked freshly each night on the premises and homemade sauces. A basic quarter-pound beef burger will set you back 10zl (approx. €2.50), with chicken and vegetarian burgers also available. Add cheese or bacon (or both) and choose from sauces like barbecue, guacamole, mustard, chilli and classic. Fries (cut from real potatoes rather than pressed from potato flour), onion rings and cheesy stix make up the accompaniments.
Drinks include traditional lemonade, tea, coffee and fresh orange juice. Or you can enjoy a quality non-pasteurised beer. Of course, takeout is available, but you might want to stick around, as the interiors are warm and welcoming - plus, sports fans can watch major sporting events on TV while you munch away.
Having already been comfortably established in Warsaw, Poland's second city now gets a chance to try a fresh face in fast food with a welcome alternative to some of the more familiar brands. Bobby Burger's emphasis on quality and natural products will surely continue to win it fans.