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ul. Bracka 3-5, Krakow, Poland
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Kratka Krakow Reviews

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18 reviews
Nov 02, 2007
Kratka is a nice local, not a typical café, but rather a place where you can sit alone or with your friends, drink something depending on season. In rainy autumn the best will be tea with lemon, sugar, milk, flavouring or fruit. In winter you must try one f the hot chocolates: nutty, mint, strawberry with lychee, coati (spicy), white chocolate with forest fruits or with rum. In menu you will also find warm drinks. Spring coffee is the best with one of the flavouring syrups: vanilla, coco, amaretto. You can choose also alpine, French (with Brandy), Bailey’s, Mexican (with tequila and kahlua), Irish or captain’s coffee. And finally for the summer exotic drinks, granita and juices. I wrote Kratka is not a typical café. It is because it isn’t a cozy little café with tea from the teapots and this specific beautiful smell all around inside, there aren’t candles on the tables and homemade cakes. It is even not a simple and modern style inside, because despite futuristic chairs and tables, there are old music instruments hanging on the walls. It is just smart and trendy place, ideal for the ending of the day, when you want to relax. Kratka isn’t small and there are tables outside, but in the evenings the local and garden is usually full of people, especially in summer. So, nice place to having a sit, meeting with friends, spending nice evening or free time.

You have to spend 5 zł for common coffee and chocolate , for special ones 8 – 12 zł, for tea 4 zł. If you go for a drink take 12 – 19 zł, evening with beer will cost you 5 – 8 zł for one.

Others: garden, special non-alcohol drinks for children, air condition.
kamja says:
ale się rozszalałaś z opisami miejsc ;>
Posted on: Nov 02, 2007
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