Krakow

Restaurants

Kogel Mogel

Kogel Mogel as it was, it seems, was too refined for its own good. Ditching the concept of grand banquet hall for the communist elite, Kogel Mogel now envelopes you in its elegance without any 'comrade' kitsch. The menu has gone full Galician and offers out-of-towners the chance to take home a much better impression of the local cuisine than you might acquire elsewhere. The duck and goose dishes are particularly excellent, the fried trout is outstanding and the large seasonal garden and experienced staff also make this a good place for groups and dinner events.

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Amenities

Non-smoking
Child-friendly
Live Music
Takeaway
Wi-fi

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Open

Open 12:00 - 23:00.

Price/Additional Info

(17-65zł)

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15.11.2014
Kathleen

I had a lovely meal here and will definitely go back. The menu was in English.
26.09.2012
Jerry
,
I loved it ! if you ever go there ask about Margaret - beautiful and very nice waitress. Food was delicious and thanks to staff evening was very nice! we will go there next time we visit Cracov !
21.06.2012
tomasz
poland
to prawda maczanka podbila moje serce goraco polecam pstraga na szpinaku ) klimat obsluga wystroj na 5+ wroce tam napewno
30.04.2012
Dom Smith
England,
I just had lunch there today and really enjoyed it. The menu is only available in Polish but the waitress spoke English so I explained that I wanted some nice traditional Polish food and asked her to choose. She picked the soup followed by chicken with cheese in a kind of batter both of which were excellent. With a couple of beers and a double espresso the bill was 62PLN. This is a nice restuarant with good staff and I would eat here again.
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