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Inside MoaBurger, the New Zealand burger joint on Mikołajska Street in Kraków. 
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Inside MoaBurger, the New Zealand burger joint on Mikołajska Street in Kraków.

"Like most things from New Zealand, Moaburger is very proud, making it clear from the kiwi iconography and info all over the interior that this is an NZ take on the classic American burger and shake shack. As far as the food goes, they've certainly super-sized it: burgers come served on a tray (a plate just wouldn't do) and you might even consider splitting one with a friend if have any other meals planned later in the day. Piled with the toppings of your choice, in contrast to Love Krove, Moaburgers aren't a mess to eat. In fact they're darn enjoyable, though you'll discover it's not exactly the cheapest meal out, with a burger, fries and a drink coming in over 30zł." (Kraków in Your Pocket, April-May 2012).
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Moaburger, KrakówMoaburger, Kraków (photo Jakub Madej)
Horai oriental restaurant in Wolnica Square in Kraków. 
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Horai oriental restaurant in Wolnica Square in Kraków.

We're having Cantonese grilled chicken and Thai chicken satay with peanut sauce.
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Horai restaurantHorai restaurantIn the Horai restaurant
Genji Korean restaurant on Dietla Street in Kraków. 
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Genji Korean restaurant on Dietla Street in Kraków.

"While virtually unheard of in Kraków a few years ago, Genji is the latest in a line of raw fish flayers to come to town, and the high quality food (prepared by real live Japanese sushi chefs!) makes an instant argument for itself as the cream of the local crop. An upstairs sushi bar leads to an intimate brick downstairs dining area where each table occupies its own room. Taking itself a bit too seriously to explain some of the kitschy decor touches, the extensive menu of Korean and Japanese dishes and expensive sushi sets also includes condescending directions on how to eat your food. However all is forgiven when it arrives, with eyebrow-raising prices justified by the spot-on results. Premium indeed." (Kraków in Your Pocket, June-July 2010).
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Stained glass windows by Stanisław Wyspiański, All Saints' Square, Kraków. 
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Stained glass windows by Stanisław Wyspiański, All Saints' Square, Kraków.

These psychedelic stained glass windows were designed a hundred years ago by Stanisław Wyspiański, a famous Polish artist and writer. Originally intended for Wawel Cathedral, they were rejected by church officials and only now we can see them realized in a specially-built pavilion in the centre of Kraków Old Town.
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Fragment of the front elevation of Wyspiański 2000 PavilionFragment of the front elevation of Wyspiański 2000 Pavilion
Kraków - All Saints' Square with the monument of Józef Dietl, the mayor of Kraków in 1866-1874. 
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Kraków - All Saints' Square with the monument of Józef Dietl, the mayor of Kraków in 1866-1874.
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