Food trucks are the latest Polish food fad, and Skwer Judah in Kazimierz - so named after the massive street mural that adorns it - provides the parking, as well as some scant seating options, for this culinary trend. Tenants change often, but during our most recent visit the options included Frytki Belgijskie (Belgian-style fries), Boogie Truck (burgers, paninis), Wurst Truck (sausage), Pan Kumpir (loaded jacket potatoes), Andrus Food Truck (serving maczanka - the Cracovian pulled pork sandwich), Kocham Naleśniki (crepes), Yatai (sushi), Knitted Coffee (coffee) and Chimney Cake Bakery.
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Open 12:00-23:00. Thu 12:00-24:00, Fri, Sat 12:00-01:00.
Entitled 'Judah,' this large mural by Pil Peled - one of Israel's most famous street artists - was created in July 2013 as part of the Jewish Culture Festival. According to the artist, the image of the child represents fear, vulnerability and the inner c