Krakow

Judah Square Food Truck Park

  Skwer Judah, ul. Św Wawrzyńca 16 ,   Kazimierz          (+48) 508 70 67 08     22 Nov 2018

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. Fri, Sat 12:00 - 01:00, Sun 12:00 - 22:00.

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19.09.2018
Nils
New York
I was there last weekend and was shocked by how filthy it was. There were barely any chairs or tables, and those that were there were dirty. Pigeons were flapping around everywhere, even in the trash cans. My wife and I got our food and got out of there immediately looking for somewhere else to sit and eat it.
30.05.2017
Katarzyna
Krakow
The best food truck corner in Krakow. Various snacks, great taste, perfect chill out place n cool staff! Do not miss is while visiting Krakow.
15.05.2017
Editor IYP
Krakow
Hi Sharon, This food truck park is open in November, and all year round.
13.05.2017
sharon
glasgow
Does anyone know if the food trucks are at the square in November?
11.06.2015
Anna
Poland
I'm in love with this place! So many amazing food in one place! My recommendation goes to red bus serving the best fish & chips I have ever eat (owner is so friendly!) and mouth watering chimney cakes served by extremely nice and charming staff. Must visit if you are on Kazimierz - I'll be back for more!
08.06.2015
Andy
Krakow
Was there yesterday and ate a 'maczanka' from the Andrus food truck. It's basically the local version of a pulled pork sandwich and it was absolutely delicious. The bun was really fresh, the meat tender and whatever sauce they put on there was great. I really recommend trying one.
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