On Limanowskiego Street, near the main tram tracks, the turquoise blue of Greece signals Hellada. Here, light Mediterranean cuisine brings more to the table than just a feta salad and gyros. Meanwhile the interior is a time capsule, where Santorini white clay walls blend seamlessly with photos of the Cyclades. On the table are starters like Saganaki, a floured cheese fried in butter and served with tzaziki. Mains include fried shrimp in dried tomato sauce.
Hellada, ul. Limanowskiego 1, Krakow, Poland, +48 12 637 20 86
Charming Jadlodajnia is a smart gourmet concept spot, where the food tastes home-cooked. Expect delectable dishes like soups and dumplings. These meals are both sweet and savory, meat and vegetarian. This is in addition to the super generous portions that are great for fueling any sightseeing trip around this southern section of the city.
Jadlodajnia, plac Bohaterów Getta 10, Kraków, Poland, +48 12 656 20 75