Rynek 9      (+48) 57 036 78 95     16 Sep 2021
The sweet little sister operation of Mandragora, here you will find a be more bakery treats and other confectionary-based food in an equally wonderful menu of Jewish cuisine. That's not to say it's exclusively sweet (by the way, słodka means 'sweet' in English), however, it's the better option for that end of things and we certainly recommend it for the all-day breakfast arrangement they have, especially considering the cakes in stock and the all-important range of bagels that are served here. In particular, you'll find freshly-baked and-sliced challah (ENG: sweetened Jewish bread) served with your omelette or shakshuka, as well as some of the best cebularz (ENG: onion-topped flatbread) in town. With regards to their café options, you have the opportunity to try a kawa po żydowsku (ENG: Jewish-style coffee) which includes cardamon, cinnamon, and is served in a copper tygiełek (ENG: handled pouring pot) Just a heads up - those of you who don't like their coffee sweet should probably opt for something 'standard' on the menu!


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Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Dogs Allowed


Open 09:00-21:00. Closed Mon.


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