It’s off the beaten track, on a quiet street behind the Jagiellonian University’s Auditorium Maximum, but don’t let the location fool you, Kamo surpasses many establishments in prime locations.
I stumbled upon Kamo while grabbing a bite at Love Krove with a friend. While mindlessly flipping through some random magazine, the ad caught my eye. The name sounded cool and the design was simple yet enticing enough to make me do a quick Google search. Boy am I happy I did!
There are a few things that make Kamo stand out in a city full of bars and restaurants. The space, although boasting a black chalkboard on the wall and a modern layout like many other competitors, makes good use of wood giving the place a warmer vibe. Did I mention a grilling section? Yes! This makes Kamo unique from the rest. A few tables in the back have built-in grills so you can prepare your own dishes as you chat with friends. They make their own sauces which I encourage you to pour over your grilled masterpieces because they are, you guessed it, delicious.
Most restaurants come and go pretty quickly in Kraków, I’m really hoping Kamo is here to stay.