You may not believe that you can get kosher street food in central Kraków, but thanks to Szalom Falafel, you can. Certified kosher unders the supervision of Rabbi Eliezer Gurary, this tasty little menu specializes in vegan Israeli food focusing on falafel, shakshuka and hummus – all freshly made. Szalom Falafel also serves a selection of soft drinks and their famous vegan ice cream. Located right on the back of the Isaac Synagogue, dine on some Israeli classics – possibly the best in Kraków – while enjoying the unique atmosphere of the city’s Jewish Quarter. Szalom Falafel is open Sunday to Thursday from 10am to 9:30pm, Friday’s from 10am to 5pm and closed on Saturdays – it’s a perfect stopover for lunch, dinner or an afternoon snack.