Where to eat in Warsaw this spring? The last few months saw a couple of interesting places opening. Other than this we’ve visited some restaurants
It’s the first time we’re posting our foodie recommendations for Tricity (Gdańsk – Sopot – Gdynia) so we thought it might be a good idea
We understand that sometimes you may feel like something not-so-local. Kraków may not be a vibrant cultural melting pot, it’s more of an old city breathing with Polish history and tradition, but that doesn’t mean that you will be limited to the Polish fare. This city can surprise you with its hidden gems. Get off the beaten track and be adventurous! You can try delicious falafel, asian dumplings or authentic Neapolitan pizza.
Szukamy Was! Tych, którzy jedzenie i picie kochają miłością najszczerszą. Dołącz do naszego zespołu od trzech lat tworzącego najlepsze wycieczki kulinarno-kulturowe w Polsce!
PRZEWODNIK WYCIECZEK PIWNYCH
WARSZAWA, KRAKÓW I TRÓJMIASTO
An English speaking person works eagerly to bring home the bacon. A Polish speaking person still works solely for their bread. It may seem like a purely idiomatic play of words, but the truth is, Poles do love their bread. And they miss it, whenever they go abroad. In order to help you understand our deep-rooted love for bread we decided to prepare a little guide to Polish bread.
Warsaw food scene has never been more dynamic (at least while we’re alive) which means that picking 5 new recommendations every few months is a bit of a challenge. But here we go: a selection of (mostly) new food locations that we feel are worth having a look at this winter. Not including Hala Koszyki, which is worth a separate post:)