3 Breakfasts in Krakow You Should Try

Liberty Breakfasts

French Breakfast: A light and healthy option for those looking for something sweet.

English Breakfast: For those looking for something savoury that will keep you full until lunch.

Polish Breakfast: Those who want something filling and hearty before facing their day.

Breakfast is an important meal of the day for many people. To make sure you start your day off on the right foot, at Liberty, we’ve put together several breakfasts for you to try in Krakow.

The Liberty French Breakfast

We offer three versions of French breakfast with our twist! We replace the bread base typically found in Croque Madame and Croque Monsieur with freshly baked French croissants.
CROQUE MADAME
Freshly Baked Croissant Topped with Ham, Gruyere Cheese, Bechamel Sauce, 2 Fried Eggs

See our French Breakfast Menu

CROQUE MONSIEUR
Freshly Baked Croissant Topped with Ham, Gruyere Cheese and Bechamel Sauce

FRENCH BREAKFAST
Freshly Baked Croissant’s with A Selection Of 3 Homemade Jams, Butter

Interesting Facts About the French Breakfast

French breakfast is called a “petit déjeuner” English little lunch.
The French call toast with jam on it a “tartine.”
The French breakfast is a light and healthy option in many different varieties. It’s often eaten in the morning, with bread, jams, coffee and fruit juice on the side.
One common type of French breakfast is the Croque monsieur. This breakfast consists of ham or cheese topped with a bechamel sauce.
This dish is served between two slices of toasted bread. The name “croque-monsieur” means “to crunch like a gentleman” because it crunches as you eat it.
Croque Monsieur is a famous French restaurant or cafe breakfast, brunch menu item.
Another popular variation of this meal is the Croque madame, which includes an egg on top of the sandwich to make it a more substantial breakfast meal.
A third common variation is the Croque bébé, for children who are too small for regular sandwiches but can handle bread covered in butter, cheese and jam.
The typical French breakfast consists of bread, butter, jam, and a hot drink like coffee. It is usually served with a side dish of fresh fruit.

Croque Madame

The Liberty English Breakfast

ENGLISH BREAKFAST Is our take on the traditional Breakfast from Britain:
Two Fried Eggs, 2 Sausages, Bacon, Baked Beans, Tomatoes, Sliced Artisan Baguette, Butter

See our Full English Breakfast Menu

Interesting Facts About Full English Breakfast

The English breakfast is a meal often eaten at breakfast, but it can also be eaten at other times of the day as it is a complete meal in itself.
The full English breakfast includes fried eggs, sausages, bacon and can consist of any combination of the following items, tomatoes, mushrooms, baked beans, black pudding, buttered toast, fried bread.
It is generally accompanied by tea or coffee.
The bacon can vary as some prefer Streaky Bacon instead of Back Bacon, Smoked or Unsmoked.
Everyone in Britain has their own opinion on what they would call a Traditional Full English Breakfast as they can vary in size and depending on the region you happen to be from or in.

English Breakfast

The Liberty Polish Breakfast

POLISH BREAKFAST is our version of a Polish breakfast and includes:
Ham, Cheese, Cottage Cheese with Chive, Boiled Egg, Seasonal Salad Butter, Sliced Artisan Baguette

See our Polish Breakfast Menu

Interesting Facts About the Polish Breakfast

There are many different breakfasts to choose from in Krakow.
Among the most popular is the Polish Breakfast. Poland’s rich culture and history have created a blend of traditional and modern dishes that make for exciting breakfast options.
A typical Polish breakfast consists of a hearty, filling meal
Traditionally, a standard Polish breakfast consists of many things, including pierogi (dumplings), sausages, scrambled eggs, bacon or ham, a variety of cheeses, herring with onions and pickles, often toast with butter or jam.
Many travellers who come to Krakow want to experience traditional Polish food. They enjoy trying local delicacies like pierogi and sausages.
For those who want something filling before they face their day, it’s certainly worth trying out a Polish Breakfast!

Polish Breakfast

Conclusion

Which breakfast is for you?
If you want a healthy meal but still want to read the newspaper, the Polish Breakfast is for you.
If you desire a quick breakfast before you head on your day’s journey, the French breakfast is for you.
If you are searching for a traditional English breakfast, the English Breakfast is for you.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so it’s important to know what breakfast is best for you!

Liberty

ul. Zwierzyniecka 27,
31-105 Kraków

Phone: +48 500 893 570
Email: liberty@libertycafe.pl

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  • Friday

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  • Sunday

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