Camelot is a unique place in Krakow, famous not only for its cabaret but also for its charming cafe and localization in one of the few crooked streets in an Old Town. Cafe Camelot located on the alley of Tomasza street has enchanting decor, full of incredible keepsakes, like paintings and folkloric figurines. In the original interior from the XIII century there are cozy rooms with old wooden floors, cluttered with rickety chairs, little candlelit tables and white tablecloths. I think you’ll feel like you’re in granny’s cottage. During the summer you can sit in one of the two gardens, surrounded by old walls and plants (there are blankets in case you’re cold).
You can eat here something good for breakfast or lunch, but they’re known for serving delicious coffees, hot chocolates, teas and desserts. In Cafe Camelot you will find probably the best szarlotka (apple pie) in town – hot pie served with vanilla ice-cream, cinnamon and whipped cream.
For an incentive I can only quote what David Streitfeld, Washington Post writer claimed in 1998 in his article, “[it] might just be my favourite café in the world”.
Cafe Camelot | Coffee & tea, Snacks | Apple pie PLN 15.50
Ul. Tomasza 17 | +48124210123
09:00 – 00:00 daily