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Szeroka 2, 33-332 Kraków, Poland


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Located in the historic Jewish quarter of Kazimierz, Hamsa is a casual spot for a delicious lunch. The atmospheric spot, which has an open kitchen, greenery decorating the dining room and a large hamsa (palm-shaped amulet) hanging above the bar, would fit right in in Tel Aviv, and the menu here highlights the best of Jewish-Israeli cuisine. Some of the best dishes include the mezze platter, the sweet potato and pumpkin seed salad and lamb tagine. Don’t miss the baklava for dessert.

Written by Emma Pierce

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