There is always a queue at this food truck in Krakow. Its specialities include lamb and mutton dishes cooked following Middle Eastern recipes. The meat originates from a family company Gugulski, well-known in Krakow. Their street food tagine is a delicacy that is hard to come by anywhere else in Poland. The visitors come back to grab Owca w biegu (lamb meatballs in tomato-coriander sauce with chickpeas and a side salad) and Owca na wypasie (a version with falafel); vegetarians enjoy Owca vege – no meat, only falafel in tomato-coriander sauce. Where to find the truck? Check for the latest updates on their Facebook profile. The usual parking spot is Isaac’s Square, where the peckish can satisfy their hunger until late, often to the sounds of live music.