Loch Camelot, Krakow

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    Cafe Camelot
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    Camelot, ul. Tomasza, Krakow
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    Loch Camelot: A definite favourite

    by mandiegrrl Written Nov 21, 2007

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    Located in a small side street in the old town Camelot is a cute collection of rustic and old world. Featuring some of the more friendly waitstaff in Krakow, Camelot features great hot wine, amazing paninis, salads, perogies, and some of the best deserts in the city. And when it gets late head downstairs to the cabaret for great music.

    Favorite Dish: The hot raspberry wine and the meat perogies with cranberry relish are some of the best things on the menu, also any of the deserts are a must try.

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    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Food and Dining
    • Wine Tasting

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    Camelot: old style breakfast

    by juzz Written May 2, 2006

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    We had breakfast here, we had a decent cappuccino and bvery good cakes. They have tables on the street and inside, where you can find an old style, very nice place where you can have a break during your visit to Krakow.

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    Camelot: Popular meeting spot

    by Ben-UK Updated May 14, 2005

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    Camelot, ul. Tomasza, Krakow

    Not really a restaurant - more a coffee/beer place where you can have some food if you want - good variety of salads for example.

    At times the service could be better, but it's a popular meeting spot , close to the Rynek , with a very nice atmosphere. A variety of foreign newspapers are available for you to read while you enjoy your drink.

    Open: 09-00 to 24-00

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    Cafe Camelot: Cafe Camelot

    by Orbital_ Written May 10, 2005

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    Quickly became a regular haunt of mine during my stay in the city. Great food & coffee, lovely décor, and a selection of many European papers available to peruse each morning if you’re wondering what you’re missing at home, hence it’s quite popular with the ex-pat communities. Highly recommended for breakfast, but inconspicuously tucked down a side street a mere few minutes walk from the Rynek, it misses more of the obnoxious tourist crowds.

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    Loch Camelot: Cozy and Fun

    by Gwynethart Written May 7, 2005

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    Cafe Camelot

    I love this place! It consists of three rooms, filled small tables and lit by candles. There is art by local artists, and the man who took us there had played some jazz trombone there before.

    Favorite Dish: Excellent tea menu, and the szarlotka (apple pie) is incredible. It comes with various toppings, and I chose the one with the advocat liqueur...mmmmm...

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    Café Camelot: Fantastic café

    by AndreSTGT Updated May 29, 2004

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    Cafe Camelot

    The 'Camelot' is one of Krakow's cosiest and most atmospheric cafes where you could spend hours sitting beside the ancient fireplace drinking cappuccino and reading newspapers. They also offer a selection of tasty cakes. There's one bright smoking section filled with antiques, and a dark red, almost infernal non-smoking section (quite paradoxical), which is mostly empty.

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    • Backpacking

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