Café Mlynek is vegetarian, but its approach is different from that of Momo. It focuses more on the art of cuisine than on the lack of inorganic ingredients (and animals).
It remains unclear to English speakers (and those who choose not to ask) if all recipes are strictly vegan, or just without meat, but it is worth a shot. There is an exceptional selection of teas and red and white wines here.
Breakfast is also available in the mornings to early afternoons.
Jorge from Mexico
Posted on 16-09-2015
Maria from Austria
Posted on 08-06-2015
Mlynek is a nice place for a quite lunch. Vegetarian food is tasty and the staff is really friendly. I would go there agian.
Cole from Great Britain
Posted on 28-03-2015
Cozy and truly in Krakow's style.
Really enjoyed that place for a coffee with a friend
Andrea from Germany
Posted on 10-03-2015
Perfect place to go for a lunch if you are sightseeing Jewish quarter, especially if you are vegetarian. Food was delicious, service quick and friendly. I do recommend date and almonds dessert, sweet but healthy :)
Ralpho from Brazil
Posted on 11-11-2014
Very nice place, friendly staff knowing local story a lot.
Monica from France
Posted on 08-11-2014
Nice place at Jewish quarter. Cozy, friendly atmosphere, quite good food. If you are looking for a quite place to have a tea or coffee you should try this one.