Krakow

U Babci Maliny

  ul. Szpitalna 38 ,   Old Town          (+48) 12 421 48 18     more than a year ago

Good quality Polish home-style cooking at surprisingly low prices allow you to eat (too) well without breaking the bank. Soup, pierogi, potato pancakes covered in goulash all done the way a Polish grandmother would – hence the name (At Granny Raspberry’s). Though it now has a country cottage aesthetic, during WWII, this locale was known as Cyganeria Cafe, and was a popular Nazi hangout spot. In one of the most audacious acts of Jewish resistance during the war, a bomb was planted here by the Jewish underground on Christmas Eve, 1942, resulting in the deaths of 11 Nazi soldiers; a plaque on the building's facade commemorates the events. Also at ul. Sławkowska 17.

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Child-friendly
Takeaway
Wi-fi

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Open

Open 12:00 - 23:00.

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(15-75zł)

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