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Where to eat in Krakow
Daniel Myśliwiec is chef in two restaurants that are beloved by locals and honoured with prestigious awards: Zazie Bistro and Karakter. He eats mainly in Kazimierz and this is where you will find most of his favourite spots.
Marta Bradshaw, the founder of Eataway, a portal that lets you taste home cooked meals made by Krakow locals, has her own tried and tested culinary routes led by her daily errands. Where does Marta, who has mastered the art of baking cheesecakes, buy her pączki?
Where does the chef of one of Krakow’s most popular restaurants eat? Rafał Targosz recommends Spanish tapas, Polish offal and French cheeses.
I keep coming back to the same places - says Magda Wójcik, organiser of several food festivals in Krakow.
Kasia Pilitowska co-creates culinary festivals in Krakow, runs two food joints in Kazimierz, and in autumn 2018, together with her daughter Zosia, wrote a cookbook featuring egg recipes. She is a vegetarian, but her recommendations please meat eaters too.
He is the head chef in Biała Róża - an upmarket restaurant serving Polish cuisine. But in other Krakow restaurants, is on the outlook for simplicity. Łukasz Cichy recommends his favourite places in Krakow.
Cheesecake in Massolit, seafood in Euskadi. Magda Kasprzyk-Chevriaux - journalist and food expert -recommends her favourite dining dens.
Longing for good Polish cuisine, he presents the well-known Polish dishes in a different light. Chef of the Copernicus hotel, Marcin Filipkiewicz, talks about Krakow's food scene.
He rarely eats out, but ordering dishes that have a nostalgia factor is always a priority. Grzegorz Fic speaks about Krakow's gastronomy.
In his and others’ cooking, he looks for simplicity and flavour. Chef Adam Chrząstowski recommends his favourite places in Krakow.