Krakow Cafe & Pub

★★★★☆

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I visit the Krakow Cafe frequently, often holding meetings and get togethers there because of its comfortable and attractive setting, range of coffee, tea , wine,beer and yummy food. I especially like their Hungarian mushroom soup and Babka cake. The owner has hosted some fun political events at the Cafe and other clever activities, like the Martha Stewart look alike contest.

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I visit the Krakow Cafe frequently, often holding meetings and get togethers there because of its comfortable and attractive setting, range of coffee, tea , wine,beer and yummy food. I especially like their Hungarian mushroom soup and Babka cake. The owner has hosted some fun political events at the Cafe and other clever activities, like the Martha Stewart look alike contest.

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N. Interstate & Shaver: Krakow Cafe & Pub is North Portland gem. The food is simple, but made from fresh, whole ingredients. They offer a full breakfast and lunch menu, serving sandwiches are served on some of the finest bread Portland has to offer (from Marsee and Province bakeries). The pastries are also top-quality. I'm told it is one of the few restaurants in the western US that offers made-from-scratch perogis and Babka bread. The homemade cole slaw served on the side of sandwiches is also completely amazing. They offer reasonably-priced off-sale beer and wine, including some hard-to-find Polish beers. Their draft beers are delicious as well. I was there during the Polish festival and people were raving about the kielbasas and perogis. They have satellite TV, wireless internet, a computer station w/ printer and fax. The lattes are not the best in the world but they are perfectly delicious and use coffee roasted in Eugene, Oregon. I've had several business meetings here and always had a great time. I've never had a bad meal at Krakow Cafe.

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N. Interstate & Shaver: Krakow Cafe & Pub is North Portland gem. The food is simple, but made from fresh, whole ingredients. They offer a full breakfast and lunch menu, serving sandwiches are served on some of the finest bread Portland has to offer (from Marsee and Province bakeries). The pastries are also top-quality. I'm told it is one of the few restaurants in the western US that offers made-from-scratch perogis and Babka bread. The homemade cole slaw served on the side of sandwiches is also completely amazing. They offer reasonably-priced off-sale beer and wine, including some hard-to-find Polish beers. Their draft beers are delicious as well. I was there during the Polish festival and people were raving about the kielbasas and perogis. They have satellite TV, wireless internet, a computer station w/ printer and fax. The lattes are not the best in the world but they are perfectly delicious and use coffee roasted in Eugene, Oregon. I've had several business meetings here and always had a great time. I've never had a bad meal at Krakow Cafe.

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I love Krakow's manager Basia Sonowska's authentic fruit crepes. Delicious traidtional
Jewish-style Babka cake, too by chef Bobby Smith Krakow Cafe & Pub also modified their name last year, so "Krakow Koffeehouse" was last year's name

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I love Krakow's manager Basia Sonowska's authentic fruit crepes. Delicious traidtional
Jewish-style Babka cake, too by chef Bobby Smith Krakow Cafe & Pub also modified their name last year, so "Krakow Koffeehouse" was last year's name

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Krakow Koffeehouse is a nice little coffee shop/restaurant/grocery. They have an interesting menu, and the coffee is good (not great). They seem to be keeping their inventory of grocery items real low.

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Krakow Koffeehouse is a nice little coffee shop/restaurant/grocery. They have an interesting menu, and the coffee is good (not great). They seem to be keeping their inventory of grocery items real low.

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I went to Krakow Koffehouse today to check it out. It is a nice place, with decor in a theme of Poland. Nice pictures on the wall, a display with the map of Poland and some info as well.
I expected good quality polish food as well, however I was very disapointed. Potato pancakes did not resemble the crusty pancakes they are supposed to be at all, and pierogi were not very traditional. Both items were also very expensive. My kids didn't want to eat their lunch, although generally they love polish cousine. Well, I asked for a special, which was a simple bagel with cream cheese and lox, but got the bagel with cream cheese only. The person preparing the special did not know what the special was, or just plainly forgot to add lox to the sandwich.
Disappointing. This place has a great potential, but the menu needs some work.

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★★☆☆☆

I went to Krakow Koffehouse today to check it out. It is a nice place, with decor in a theme of Poland. Nice pictures on the wall, a display with the map of Poland and some info as well.
I expected good quality polish food as well, however I was very disapointed. Potato pancakes did not resemble the crusty pancakes they are supposed to be at all, and pierogi were not very traditional. Both items were also very expensive. My kids didn't want to eat their lunch, although generally they love polish cousine. Well, I asked for a special, which was a simple bagel with cream cheese and lox, but got the bagel with cream cheese only. The person preparing the special did not know what the special was, or just plainly forgot to add lox to the sandwich.
Disappointing. This place has a great potential, but the menu needs some work.

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Message from Krakow Cafe & Pub

Some people think (and we agree!) that we have Portland's premier pierogis and luscious sautéed kielbasa. We're also proud of our Spinach Caprese, Italianos and other "urban Portland? food, as well as scrumptious home-made traditional Jewish chocolate & apple Babka bread.



Draft beers include Czech beer and Oregon legend ??Ninkasi.? Breakfasts include hand-crafted potato Latkes and signature ??Chopin and ??Veggie Sonata.?



For desserts, Krakow staffer Basia Sonowska creates strawberry, banana and plum crepes and blintzes. Ask about our gourmet Prince Puckler ice cream.



 

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