Poznan

Bajgle Króla Jana

  ul. Kraszewskiego 15      (+48) 732 80 64 44     21 Oct 2019
Though now inseverably connected to NYC, the humble bagel can trace its roots to Central Europe, with many agreeing it was invented by Cracovian Jews after 1496 when King Jan Sobieski lifted the decree that formerly restricted the production of baked goods to the Kraków Bakers Guild. This bit of culinary history is celebrated at 'King Jan's Bagels', a cafe and breakfast spot in the trendy Jeżyce district, cloned from the original Szczecin location. The menu bursts with a generous selection of bagel sandwiches with fixings including salted caramel, mascarpone, pulled chicken in tonkatsu sauce, prosciutto, marinated tofu, and much more. Reservations recommended. 
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