Friday, 10 October 2014

Dumplings in Cracow

10th October 2014

On 2nd October when I was in Cracow with my international friends  I was eating dumplings.  I love dumplings but I am short of time so I have dumplings only buying them in the supermarket. But the homemade dumplings are the best. Mum  sometimes makes them but the problem is I don't visit my parents very often they live in different part of country. My mother in law also made delicious dumplings when she was younger and in a good shape. So now the best choice for me is restaurant. There are a lot of dumplings restaurants in Cracow and in my opinion they offer good quality dumplings.
On of the them is at Szewska Street which I had visited to have dumplings. I chose dumplings with mushrooms and with meat they were fantastic and so cheap 12 dumplings for 12 zloty it means 4 dollars.

In front of Dumplings Restaurant




Different types of dumplings

The restaurant inside.



Enjoy your meal

16 comments:

  1. how wonderful! i recognize the word pierogi as they do sell frozen versions here in supermarkets. :)

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    1. Not many people here made homemade dumplings.

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  2. Yes, I was going to say that, being from a Polish-heritage family, I recognize pierogi as the word we use, too :) We don't eat them much in my family these days, but my mom used to make them sometimes when I was younger. I usually think of dumplings as going with chicken and gravy, or one of the Chinese foods we eat, and hadn't really realized that pierogis are the same thing :)

    I'm glad that I have seen that you have a blog!

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    1. Judith so it is different type of pierogi. I am very glad you want to visit my blog. Thanks Hugs from Poland.

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  3. The dumplings look delicious! The restaurant also looks very neat, and I like how the young lady outside is dressed in traditional costume!

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    1. Bethany it is Cracow traditional costume.

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  4. We have mostly Chinese dumplings here. I wonder what the Russian dumplings are in the last photo.

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    1. Andrew, there is not Russian dumplings here. But there was on offer here are very popular and delicious., You are invited to eat dumpling in Poland

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  5. What a pretty little restaurant and I love the costume and flowers the waitress is wearing.
    We had a little family- owned Russian restaurant in my little town for about a year and my daughter and I loved to go there for their mushroom dumplings. They had ethnic music too -- more fun! We were sad when they closed.

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    1. Cynthia , I love dumplings and as I know Russian have also very delicious dumplings yummy.

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  6. I haven't seen dumplings listed on a menu for years in Australia.

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  7. Wonderful series of photos - I haven't had dumplings in a long time. My Dad really liked them.

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    1. So come to my place we have a wide choice of them.

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  8. I haven't had them in years either! What a fun restaurant decor!

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    1. It is typical folk decor connected with this region.

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