Nad & Greg Krakow

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Sometimes we have just had enough of the local tastes. If you’re not hungry enough to eat a proper lunch, Nad&Greg is a place where you can grab a bite.
The French call such places pâtisserie which simply stands for ‘a pastry shop’. Although this spot is located in front of the Podgórski Market Square, you can forget where you truly are – it’s the Parisian vibe baby! The spot is mentioned also in the Destination Pologne article about Cracow.
History in a nutshell 
Although you can taste the French cuisine & other goodies in Cracow, you won’t find there Belgian treats.  Nad&Greg, for instance, was created by two people passionate about French and Belgian desserts, who missed their homeland confectionery culture. Luckily, they’ve decided to share their sweet memories with locals – and tourists, who decide to stop by.
Not only croissants 🥐
What can you try at Nad&Greg? Profiteroles, macarons, Liège waffle, speculoos biscuit… You name it. If you’d like to go for a classic croissant, there are various options – the one I can recommend is the one with the almond filling and nuts on the top (shown in the photo). Besides tasty pastry (which you can eat on the spot – the interior looks sweet and insta-friendly by the way), you can buy homemade bread and confitures with surprising tastes (pear & marzipan or strawberry with red poppy seeds).
Coffee & tea
Complete your breakfast or snack with freshly brewed coffee or tea, and enjoy the French-Belgian atmosphere.
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Aleksandra from Krakow

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Details about this spot



Rynek Podgórski 11, Krakow

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Opening Times

Mon - Fri 07:30 - 20:00, Sat - Sun 08:30 - 20:00


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