Eating Our Way Through Krakow, Poland

Eating Our Way Through Krakow, Poland, Krakow, Poland (B)

We visited Krakow, Poland in April. We arrived on Monday evening and left on Thursday late afternoon which gave us plenty of time to try out many Polish delicacies. Krakow is a gorgeous town and we really enjoyed exploring it but we were also very satisfied with all our meals there. The meal prices are slightly lower than in Croatia and the portions are big. My husband was also very happy with different Polish beers (I don’t drink beer at all). We both drank some local vodka shots.

Pierogi -are a staple of Polish cuisine. They are filled dumplings with savoury (or even sweet) filling cooked in boiling water. My husband had Ruskie pierogi (potatoes with cream cheese) and I had duck & apple pierogi. On our last night in Krakow we shared as a dessert sweet cherry & mascarpone pierogi. Yummy!

Sour Rye soup – my husband ordered this but I had to try it too. It was very tasty and reminded me of some goulash not a soup since it was very thick. You can have it in a plate or in a bread. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Eating Our Way Through Krakow, Poland
Guide Location: Poland » Krakow
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Tanja Domijan Blasich
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Pierogarnia Krakowiacy
  • Wavel castle
  • Pod Wawelem Kompania Kuflowa
  • Florianska street