"Glonojad" is a prime example of what is a class of its own in the Polish culinary landscape - the "bar". It is a painfully misleading term for the many young, male Brits visiting Krakow as a setting for their beer tasting (and expectoriating), since the bar is not the place to get your booze, but rather your orders taken, your food fetched and the empty plates returned to.
Of the ca. 20 dishes offered only 2-4 are vegan, 2-3 more can be "veganized" (i.e. cleansed of animal secretions without any replacement or price reduction). Shakes can be made with plant based milks (which is also true for the vegan "Lassi", since they don't have vegan yoghurt - and therefore no vegan Lassi). Smoothies ("smufy" ;) taste great and fruity. The food is the typical "world" fare (burrito, samosa, chili, dumplings), standard salad selection, nothing special. Solid. Closest veggie venue to the train station, and that's almost the only time I go there: when arriving in Krakow.Pros: Close to the train station, nice smoothies, affordable
Cons: Poor vegan offer and , unspectacular food and interior