Many of the vegan places in Krakow offer fast food style food such as kebabs, burgers and hotdogs. By far the best kebab I had was from the cleverly names vegab! I went for the Olymp kebab that had, olives, sundried tomatoes, taziki, sprouts, seitan kebab and salad – which was really delicious.
We also tried the hotdog that is made from tofu which was good, albeit a bit small. We were lucky enough to get a seat inside, its only a small place and very popular. I had the mulled apple juice to warm up as I was freezing but I think that is just a winter offering. They also do a bounty cake for those with room for desert!
Address: Starowiślna 6, 31-038 Kraków, Poland
I love Christmas markets. Despite Christmas markets not being a traditional polish Christmas celebration, the market in Rynek Glowny did not disappoint. Full of food and drink stalls and places to buy Christmas gifts. There were so many things on offer such as Polish dumplings, sourdough toast with onions andpickles, pretzels, sandwiches, chocolate covered fruit and more! It is always so lovely to explore the stalls with a hot cup of mulled wine.
Fancying something a little different we made our way to a little Italian restaurant near the main square. Lovely atmosphere and friendly staff, I had homemade tagliatelle aglio de olio, which was so delicious. It is amazing what difference fresh pasta can make to a meal! The waitress was so lovely and veganised the bruschetta for us and brought us extra olives.
Address: Mikołajska 16, 31-027 Kraków, Poland