Katowice is one of the most visited Polish cities, not least for its proximity to Kraków, the beautiful Beskidy mountains and charming small towns of south Poland. Here are the best places to eat in the city.
If you’re a fan of hamburgers, Mad Mick is the place to go in Katowice. Labelled ‘best hamburger place in the town’, Mad Mick offers a selection of burgers. These include the French burger and the Mad Mick Burger with beef, double cheese, nachos, pickles, and pepperoni. Additionally, you can choose how fried you want your burger to be. The excellent meat and the wide selection of sauces and international culinary traditions make Mad Mick worthy of a visit. It’s even possible to visit late at night, as the place stays open until 2am on Fridays and Saturdays.
Mad Mick, ul. Warszawska 13, Katowice, Poland, +48 535-466-866
Kryształowa serves delicious local Silesian and traditional Polish food. It is located in a beautiful tenement house that dates back to the middle of 19th century. The place is most known for the Polish duck stuffed with sour apples and cabbage. The Silesian specialties it offers include the jellied pig’s feet with horseradish cream sprinkled with vinegar and chive. It also has the traditional sour rye soup with mashed potatoes, and the homemade minced meat cutlet with cucumber salad and mashed potatoes with gravy. Additionally, you can try the national dishes ranging from veal tongue with horseradish sauce to the broth with noodles. There is also a separate menu for children.
Kryształowa, ul. Warszawska 5, Katowice, Poland, +48 32- 200-98-70