I eat, I review

Gothenburg Resto | Krakow

When in Krakow, skip the appetizers and proceed to main course right away. Why? They have huge serving and I mean huge. My order, pork cordon blue was like a 300 gram of meat with potato and salad on the side. It was impossible for me to devour everything in one seating.

Krakow is a Polish restaurant in Gothenburg and is one of the oldest taverns in the city. Below is my personal review of it.

Location: Located at Karl Gustavsgatan, less than 10 minutes walk from Vasa Viktoriagatan tram stop.

Place: Average size for a restaurant. I cannot say it is cozy though, the place was okay.

Food: The food is average in taste at least for my cordon bleu. What stood out a lot is the size of the serving that can perhaps serve 2 Asians.

Service: Average service.

Price: Average price for the taste, cheap for the portion size.

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Panerad ost med skinka – Breaded cheese with ham
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Schnitzel Royal – Pork Cordon blue

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