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Favorite Pierogarnia in Krakow


BLS 65 | 188
6 Sep 2012 #1
What is your favorite pierogarnia in Krakow? Mine is a little shop close to Nowy Kleparz, just north of Aleja on ul. Sląska (see map below). They have wonderful krokiety (my favorite - mushroom and cheese) as well as good naleśniki and gołąbki. There was another near Starowiślna, but I recently discovered that they have closed shop. They prepared great mielony as well as a fried apple cake that was delicious. I'm sorry to see them go out of business.

I hope some of you fellow Krakovians can give the rest of us some good advice on where to buy tasty Polish food. Smacznego!

https://www.google.com/maps?q=%C5%9Al%C4%85ska+2,+Krak%C3%B3w,+Polska& hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=50.073847,19.933684&spn=0.009282,0.01869&sll=50.07523 7,19.93216&sspn=0.009282,0.01869&hnear=%C5%9Al%C4%85ska+2,+Krak%C3%B3w ,+ma%C5%82opolskie,+Poland&t=m&z=16
catsoldier 62 | 595
11 Sep 2012 #2
I like świat pierogi, it is away from the tourists and the hassle of the city centre.

I am not a pierogi expert, I ate pierogi here twice, they were 300% better than the frozen strawberry ones from lidl that someone cooked for me once, no surprise there. I loved listening to people ordering them at the counter and trying to figure out what was doing on. They have some nice choices. One woman ordered a portion of pierogi, half of one kind and half of another kind which was a great idea because you can get to taste 2 kinds for the price of one portion, the next time I was there I ordered half and half also :-) ............it was half a language test and half an experiment to find some ones that I would like again.

The woman behind the counter asked me something about how I wanted them cooked, she suggested something and I just agreed with her..........it seemed like a standard question, maybe someone knows what it could have been.

Before I ate pierogi here they always looked like something raw and doughy that I wouldn't want to eat, now I would try them again but I have yet to find a filling that I really like.
rybnik 18 | 1,461
11 Sep 2012 #3
I love your description regarding the ordering process. I admire your candor. It brought back for me early memories of my Polish days. I know exactly what you mean by it being a test. :) (you got your pierogis and that's what really counts)
catsoldier 62 | 595
12 Sep 2012 #4
Hi Rybnik,

What is your favourite city in Poland? And to keep everything on topic do you have favourite pierogarnia there or some other favourite food place, maybe a pancake place?
rybnik 18 | 1,461
13 Sep 2012 #5
Hi Catsoldier!
My favourite city is Wrocław, seeing as I spent 6 of my 7 years in Poland.
During my time there were no pierogarnias that I knew of. But there were plenty of hotels with pretty decent restaurants.
Oh but that was man years ago :)


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