In Kraków we’ve got plenty of spots serving top notch dishes from all over the world, but in this case the grass isn’t always greener on the other side of the fence. Kraków has always been proud of its street food tradition – which began long before the term became popular in Poland. Our zapiekanki and sausages are world famous, but not everybody knows we’ve got a local alternative for shawarma!
At Andrus Food Truck they know how to handle meat. They took a traditional Polish pork dish, called maczanka krakowska, and prepared their street food version of it. The meat spends forty eight hours in their signature marinate and is then served in a warm bun, similar to the ones used for kebabs, but much tastier.
What else makes it superior? Even the basic version (just bread, onion, pickles and pork) is juicy and full of flavour. For those feeling more adventurous Andrus has prepared a couple of creative combinations as well. My favourites include the ones with horseradish and fried egg. And don’t forget the star of the show – maczanka with beetroot mousse and dark chocolate. Give it a try and I’m sure you’ll see why Polish street food is absolutely the best – no bias at all!