Next to the High Synagogue, this charming and artistic cafe presents an ideal place to idly pass the time, catch up with a friend, or get caught up on work. With no less than four seating areas to choose from, from the sunny streetside tables to the cool, green garden in the back (certainly one of the best places in town to disappear with a coffee and a book), in between is a gallery space with an avant garde angle. As such, vernissages occur often, as do concerts - check FB to see what's on. The menu offers a humble array of breakfast bites (Cracovian bagels with hummus, shakshuka, fried eggs, quiche, oatmeal, cakes and pastries), tapas and Spanish empanadas, plus fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, wine, coffee and beer; catch a live piano recital every Monday morning. Overall there's a very low-key, friendly and international atmosphere to this place.