Dearest expat friends,

Coffee Eleven opened its doors on the 25th of October 2014 and ever since it has a growing number of followers and friends coming again and again to test its goodies. Located on the Royal Route going from the Main Market Square to the lovely Wawel Castle, Coffee Eleven is not a place you should pass by lightly. When you will see it you might not think much of it, due to it’s only one visible room, but make sure you get downstairs to the 15th century cellar and you will surely change your mind. I recommend you the homemade cheesecake and apple pie paired up with some fresh smoothie (in the summertime) or really good tea (in the fall or winter – there is quite a few natural yummy selections!). You can choose to take the yummies to go or just walk downstairs and wait to be served 😉

Where: Grodzka 11, Kraków, Poland – just a short walk from the Main Market Square 😉

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When: Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 9 pm and Friday to Sunday from 9 am to 10 pm.

The menu: Breakfast, Coffee and Drinks – great coffee and decent hot chocolate.
The prices:

– lemonade – 10 zl
– smoothies – up to 15 zloty
– aperol spritz – 18 zloty
– mojito – 18 zloty
– americano coffee – 8 zloty
– irish coffee – 15 zloty
– frappe – 11 zloty
– hot tea (variety of mixes and not the usual satches) – 6 zloty
– home-made cheesecake served with whipped cream and fruits = traditional Polish “sernik” – 13 zloty
– home-made apple pie served with vanilla icecream, whipped cream and fruits = traditional Polish “szarlotka” – 13 zloty

Whom to take with you: You can go by yourself or take a friend. Make sure though to try the “to go” option as well, if you are in a hurry. If the weather is cold and you just need to jump in somewhere and take a tea/coffee/hot choco to go, without waiting in a interminable line, try Coffee Eleven. I would not consider it as a”family place” for families with small kids, especially if they carry them in a pram, as the seating options are in the 15th century cellar below and you need to take quite a few stairs to get there…

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Tips and tricks: If you have time, make sure you check out the 15th century cellar. The seating options there are numorous and not many know about those 😉 It’s a great retreat in case the weather outside is not that lovely. Make your stay longer and enjoy some homemade sweets paired up with a fresh smoothie. The music is nice, at the right level, the cellar is cool and you will feel in heaven there 😉

 Yours truly,

The Twisted Red LadyBug

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