Member Rating 5 out of 5 by mucher on December 21, 2006

Apart from being the best (albeit a little expensive) breakfast place in Krakow (giving you a choice of a classical English, American and continental ones) and the lunch spot of choice of US expats (good cheeseburgers are a bit hard to find in Krakow), Metropolitan offers one of best dining choices in the Old Town. Their cuisine can be only described as international - while the menu changes constantly, it's always a mixture of Italian, Asian or French entrées with some Polish influence). Take soups - today they had a Polish borsch, Italian tomato soup, Japanese chicken and seaweed soup and Portuguese fish soup.

The entrées change, but the experience does not. Food is always beautifully served and tastes great. It's a bit difficult to recommend something - but all of their dishes I had like fish trio or fish duo (try these if they're on the menu) are well worth it; so are their steaks.

The service is always impeccable - the servers speak fluent English and try to cater to your needs in a best possible way (although you might find them a bit intrusive, if you're not used to dining in the US). All in all, the place is just as good for a business lunch, as for a romantic dinner.

An average dinner costs around 100zl (a little over $30) per person - excluding drinks.
Ulica Sławkowska, 3
Krakow, Poland, 31-014
+48 12 421 9803

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