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U Ziyada

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View-wise, this is Cracow's nicest restaurant/cafe location. Atop a hill on the banks of the Vistula river in 1928, a renouned architect by the name of Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz (renovator of the Wawel...
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View-wise, this is Cracow's nicest restaurant/cafe location. Atop a hill on the banks of the Vistula river in 1928, a renouned architect by the name of Adolf Szyszko-Bohusz (renovator of the Wawel Castle) built a round villa. During WW II the Germans erected a building styled after the Fuehrer's alpine residence. The structures are currently owned by the Jagiellonian University's Collegium Polonia, the restaurant and cafe are run by a well-connected Kurdish gentleman by the name of Ziyad. A magnificent view of the Vistula river, Tyniec and Bielany monasteries stretches out beneath the terraces of the edifice. The menu offers Polish and, interestingly enough, Kurdish cuisine. Cuisine consists of dishes made from lamb, chicken and beef. Castle is located on the top of forest hill only 5 km away from Market Square. The restaurant may close at 10 pm, but the cafe stays open till midnight.

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