Posted by: Ernest Barteldes | October 11, 2010

My European Adventure, Part II: Krakow


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  1. Nice…

    I had a feeling that a ‘Famous or Authenic’ restaurant would have busted food. Even in France, if you go to ‘Famous’ places, if you are not a celebrity and they bend over backward to take care of you, you usually get so-so food, so-so service and for the most part, ignored…

    Very nicely written.

  2. Thanks. There are several ‘authentic’ Polish restaurants in Krakow, but there is a lot of international cuisine. During our visit, we spotted Argentinean, Japanese and Spanish restaurants – we didnt go in though, as the prices there are considerably higher than in restaurants that serve local fare.

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