On one of Kraków's most historical streets, this cafe enjoys some prime real estate, with a few outside tables that boast the only views in town of both Wawel and the Church of Saints Peter & Paul across Plac Św. Marii Magdaleny. Formerly a bookstore, this spacious, modern cafe has cleared the shelves and firmly shifted its specialty from literature to 'sweet little things that go with coffee' (as the menu so eloquently puts it). Made by the renowned Starowicz sweets shop (cukiernia), this is the perfect place to please your palate with some traditional Cracovian desserts like kremówka (creme cake, the Pope's fave), szarlotka (apple pie), sernik (Polish cheesecake), or many more elaborate cakes of their own creation. Cake connoisseurship is a serious pursuit in this town and the staff at Bon Ami will even be happy to help pair your dessert with the most complementary beverage from their offer, which in addition to delicious coffee includes fresh-squeezed juice, local beers and a range of Polish wines. Welcome to the sweet life.