Hariprasad Samosa & Curry

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Dietla 45-47/12, Krakow, Poland, 31-054

Small food bar est. 2017 serving vegan Indian food. Offers samosas with different fillings plus dahl, curries, chapati, lunch sets, laddu, and mango lassi. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-6:00pm, Sat-Sun 11:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Indian, Fast food

23 Reviews

First Review by FatTonyBMX

Delicious Curry and Samoa - Edit

It was my first time to try Indian foods and been in Indian restaurant and i never regret it! The curry tasted so delicious and the Samoa is just like food from heaven. Will definitely come back if i have any chance to visit Krakow again. ((:

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Delicious Samosas! - Edit

I had a samosa and it was amazing! The sauces that went with it were both great to! It as so good I took one away for later ❤️

Pros: delicious , friendly staff who can speak English, something different ❤️

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Na pewno wrócę - Edit

The climate of this place fascinated me. Food is cheap and tasty. Dishes are changed everyday what is a huge advantage. People are kind and positive.

Pros: climate, price, everyday changes

Cons: not many seats

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Najlepsze samosy - Edit

Nasmaczniejsze samosy w całym mieście. Fajne przytulne miejsce z wyśmienitą kuchnią.

The best samosa in this town. Very nice place with delicious food!

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Yummy samosas - Edit

Tiny little cafe, serving samosas (two savoury and one sweet) and different curries. I had the two savoury samosas to take away - they came with sauces- and they were both very nice. There are only a few seats and if you did eat in you would come out smelling of the food. Lunchtimes only.

Pros: Nice samosas.

Cons: Very small place.

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hindu vegan fast food - Edit

Wegańsko, hindusko, pysznie,przytulnie

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Cute and Yummy! - Edit

Very cute place run by lovely people. The food was absolutely delicious. I recommend the curry and chilli samosa. Two thumbs up!

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Cosy and delicious - Edit

Very good food. Different curry, dal and samosas every day, which I personally really like cause it makes the choice easy. It also always tastes great.
Samosas are delicious.
Very quick, which also makes it perfect for take-out.

The place is small, so don't bring a big group of people. It's very cosy though.

Pros: Very tasty, Fast, Cheap

Cons: Not in my back yard

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yum - Edit

Nice little place with yummy vegan samosas. Easy to find, friendly service.

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Good indian food - Edit

Visited on a rainy Sunday afternoon. The food was great but very limited - one dish and 3 types of samosas. Everything tasted good. The place is extremely small, about 5-6 persons can fit in total - so it was quite crowded when we ate there. It would be nice to separate the kitchen from the eating area to avoid food smelling clothes. Overall good experience.

Pros: tasty food

Cons: one one dish a day, too small

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Wonderful food, Absolutely Recommended - Edit

I had the big platter/thali with a curry, dal/sambar, chapati, salad and rice (19 Zloty = $5) and everything was absolutely wonderful and tasty with right combination of authentic Indian spices, as if eating some place in India. Hariprasad speaks excellent English and is very welcoming too. Easily walkable from Old Town. Perhaps the best place for Indian food in Krakow - I plan to visit tomorrow - eat here when in Krakow!!

Pros: Vegetarian, Tasty, Cheap

Cons: None

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delicious food - Edit

all that i ate was relly flavourful

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very nice stuff 😀 - Edit

I stayed with a south indian/ czech family a few months ago, and learnt a lot about south indian food, and can i tell you, this place hit the spot, the smell was just terrific and the food full of flavour! give the somosas a go. 😀 very cheap also.

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great food, unpretentious place - Edit

Really cozy place (just two tables) but with tasty, simple and healthy food and calm, friendly atmosphere.
Definitely my favourite vegan place in Krakow in last months.

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go for Samosas - Edit

I've been several times. Try the Samosas, they are really good and cheap! They staff/owners are very friendly and it's a good atmosphere. there is only one table inside so it's more of a take-away place.

Pros: samosas

Cons: curry/daal

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Not as great as I had hoped for - Edit

The menu here is very limited- only two dishes - the day we went there was a curry and a dahl option. We tried both. For me personally it was too spicy and too plain in ingredients. 3 types of lemonade and a mango lassi. I would have preferred to have eaten at the Indian vegetarian restaurant next door which seemed to have many more options to choose from and a bigger and more comfortable seating area.

Cons: very small, almost feels as though you are in the , only 2 options to eat on the menu, not the tastiest Indian I've had

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Tasty - Edit

Went there twice. First time I only had a samosa since they have nothing else on Sat, and it was spectacular! Chick peas and spinach, SO good! Unfortunately, it is a samosa, deep fried!, so I cannot eat it (I only made a concession as there was nothing else and I was very hungry). The second time I went for dal with rice and a little pancake/bread. Dal was very good, but there was more rice on the little place so half way through I was left with lots of rice and a pancake and little sauce. Next time I will go for the curry.
The place is tiny; it almost feels like you are eating in the kitchen, but I don't mind. It is nice and I was lucky, never a crowd when I went. The food is really tasty. I wish they stopped with oil. I will come back and try the sweet samosa (dates +), but it is just a very occasional treat.
Guys, can you make baked samosas please?
EDIT: I went back for the curry. It was nice, but, as with dal before, there is much more rice than veggies. It all tastes well, and IS cheap, so I might go back. Still, I wished for some more of the yummy curry thing.

Updated from previous review on 2017-08-08

Pros: tasty/very tasty, cheap

Cons: tiny place, no toilet, disposable plates and cutlery

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Great curry and delicious naan! - Edit

I stopped here spontaneously, and it was a great afternoon snack. I got the spicy dal, which was pretty spicy by European standards, but it could have been much spicier. The flavor was excellent, and the naan was served hot and soft. My only complaint is that the bowl was half rice. The curry to starch ratio was a bit low.

Pros: Delicious, Spicy, Quick

Cons: Limited Seating, More rice/naan than curry

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Nice cosy place with great food! - Edit

Very nice home made indian style food! Friendly people with cooking passion. All vegan. Curries and Samosas - have to try it all.

Pros: Vegan, friendly, prices

Cons: small, easily overlooked

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Fantastic - Edit

Samosa so good, we wanted to travel back for them. The curry and dal was freshly made and tasted great.

Pros: Good price, friendly staff.

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So good! - Edit

I came here for lunch during my stay in Krakow- the menu is small, only 3 pairings of rice curry/dal chapati, plus lassi and various samosas for sides. But so delicious and affordable! My sister and I got dal rice chapati bowls to go and I would come back for it. Good drink options, a few herbal teas & artisan lemonades. No bathroom unfortunately, but wifi is available.

Pros: affordable, delicious veg choices

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My favorite vegan place in Kraków - Edit

Amazing food, I tried there 3 differents kind of samasas, they were creative and delicious. The rice and vegetable: big portion and super tasty and the desert: to be able to eat a vegan Indian desert is so great (so happy about it)
The owners are really nice, welcoming, the food is incredible, and the price are really cheap, we went there few times and we were pleased every time!bi recommend it 100%! Thank you so much !

Pros: Delicious , Really cheap, Good people

Cons: No toilet

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Great! - Edit

My wife and I went here three weeks after he opened. Glad he uploaded his restaurant to Happy Cow or we wouldn't have found it!

We had samosas and curry and lived every bite!

Beware... Google maps sent us down the opposite side of the street a hundred meters or so. Just look for the address number on the building though!

Owner was nice and friendly and spoke good English.

Highly recommended.

Cons: No wifi, No toilet

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