Category: Gastronomy

Patisserie-Cafe "Rock"

It is located in the Centre of the city, close to the railway station. In a café in addition to the delicious coffee and sweet goodies you can buy fresh bread baked traditional methods for 30 years, because it is already open from 7.00. Rock serves Italian coffee, Lavazzę, and baristki care about different interesting patterns of foam. Is called. latte art, the artistic way of serving coffee. You can order coffee less than or larger piece of cake, desserts or ice cream, which even in winter is to choose 12 flavors (in summer, twice as much). It is air-conditioned and has free WiFi, you can pay by card.

street Sikorskiego 6a
42-400 Zawiercie
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town centre
General Information
: confectionery, cafe
: Polish
Contact data
: +48 667635404
Prices & amenities
: we accept card payments, air conditioning
: whole year

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