Starter: Broccoli soup topped with sliced almonds and croutons on the side. Wholesome and tasty.
As you can tell my obsession with pierogis – eight pieces of dumplings filled with mushroom and sauerkraut. Yup I have a soft spot for sauerkraut, like it more than kimchi!
Close up: Was initially thinking how could eight pieces be enough for me. However, they kept my tum tum satisfied after the soup. While the pierogis were freshly made, I found them a bit on the oily side, still yummy though when you slap on the sour cream. Cleared the plate and finished the (not so much) rocket lettuce, pine nut, and sunflower seed salad.
Special ginger lemon tea with honey – requested warm instead of icy cold, supposed to be good for you.
It’s awesome thatCafe Młynek has a bed and breakfast too. Would consider staying here if I visit next time.
I love how Krakow restaurants have their menus showcase in a display window so you know at a glance what’s available.
This is how Cafe Młynek looks from the outside, it has alfresco dining to sit out and bask in the sun.
Cafe Młynek, you can check menu here. Address at: Plac Wolnica 7, 31-060 Kraków, Poland