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W rytmie... Krakow Reviews
A charming cafe not only for lovers of Cha Cha & Co. Oct 15, 2008
From the outside, this tiny cafe looks quite inconspicuous and can be missed easily between all the other bars and pubs in Kazimierz. However, as often it is worth a second glance.
The interior of the "w rytmie..." explains the name: He is Pictures of dancers in sepia and sheets of music are hanging at the walls; in the corner there is standing an old grammophone and the sounds of cha cha, rumba and salsa music fills the room.
Although this cafe was opened up only about half a year ago, there is a soupcon of patina lying in the air and it feels a bit as if time had stopped for a moment. This comes also from the furniture is from an old hotel.
"W rytmie..." offers a variety of types of coffee and hot chocolates, e.g. hot chocolate with mint syrup. The quality of that is definitely beyond the standard. So if you order a Cappucino, you get a large cup of really good coffee with lots of milk froth, a topping of cinnamon with sugar and a cookie at the side.
In the evening you have the choice between lots of Cocktails and Longdrinks. I haven't tried them yet, but as the owner(who also works as a dancing master)had stood behind a bar in London for seven months some years ago, I suppose that they are minimum as good as the coffee.
Besides, you can get also cakes, sandwiches and other snacks.
The prices are at the average with 6 zl for an Espresso, 7,50 for a Cappucino and something between 12 and 20 zl for the alcoholic stuff (at least I think that it was in this range - can't rember any more).
As regards entertainment, the location is provided with a large-screen TV for movies, football matches, etc.
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