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.
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