• Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

Mały Rynek 4, Krakow, Poland

Cozy cafe and bookstore. Serves tea, coffee, vegan baklava and vegan ice-cream. Plant milk available. Sells Spanish books and books about travelling. There are free books and leaflets about plant-based diet, helping wild animals and such. Organizes meetings for local NGOs. Open Sun 3:00pm-9:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, European, Polish

5 Reviews

First Review by hack_man

Lovely and calm atmosphere - Edit

A wide range of teas and coffees. The guy who served us was super friendly and seemed very knowledgable about what he was serving. We didn't have any food, bar a slice of cake which was really tasty, but there didn't seem to be much other savoury food on offer. Prices were really reasonable as well. Would definitely go again!

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Nice ambience - Edit

Very good tea but limited vegan food options - baklava and ice cream which came pretty made in plastic box and did not feel fresh at all. The book store in front of the Cafe is nice, reminds us book stores in US where you can order tea or coffee and grab a book to read. Overall nice place but just for tea, forget the Vegan food options.

Pros: Ambience , Tea

Cons: Food

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Secret veg hideaway :) - Edit

Hidden away in central Krakow, a cute cafe for the vegan geek in you: movie nights, board games, book shop... and lots of coffee and cake.

Pros: Location, Staff are so kind, Fresh loose leaf tea

Cons: No hot meals

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Great cakes - Edit

I really cakes they offer, which are in very good price. Also, you can can get here some really nice beers. However, I don't like the design if this place.

Pros: Localization Price Good cakes Vegan icecreams

Cons: Everything looks damaged and old

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Hey Bonobo Woman, hey Bonobo Man - Edit

Cosy and dark, a bit like many of the old style bars in Kraków. Good location on the Mały Rynek (small square just off the main square) which means it's less likely to be full of demanding tourists. When you go through the entrance from the square it's not obvious where to go. I wasn't sure if the whole floor was actually Bonobo including the book shop. The cafe is at the rear and serves hot and cold drinks, beers and wines. I actually couldn't see that much in terms of food. In fact I couldn't see anything but didn't ask. We'd just eaten so only popped in for a quick visit. Probably not somewhere I would eat anyway if I'm honest. 6PLN for a large bottle of beer however is most acceptable and there was a wide choice available. The seating area at the back is very pleasant with modern and quirky furniture arrangements.

Pros: great choice of beer, nice garden at the back

Cons: quite traditional

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