Even though vodka is our national drink, it’s not the only boozy beverage we’re proud of. Craft beer game in Poland is really strong. Our beer revolution is in full swing and the scene is flourishing and thriving. Polish brewers are getting really creative too, combining modern-day trends with old traditions.
The deal is simple: you come to Poland and MUST try pierogi. We live here and, in fact, rarely eat them out. Check this yourselves: ask a random Polish person where to get the best pierogi in town and they will all tell you ‘grandma’s’! Not very helpful, is it? So still bearing in mind that there’s no place like home for this classic Polish fare, we decided to spend the weekend having ruskie, z mięsem, z kapustą i grzybami and a bunch of other, more ‘experimental’ fillings of pierogi to give you the definite answer to the question: where the best pierogi are served in Warsaw?
We’ve all heard that a good breakfast is a must. It boosts your energy and you lose weigh.. Not.
Still, at Eat Polska we all like to relax, hang out with friends, and get ready for a new day. We’ve made it through a bunch of popular (and off-the beaten track) breakfast spots to choose the ones we like most. So when you’re in Warsaw, you need to check them out.
Breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day for a reason. Not only does it give us the energy for the day, it can be super delicious and versatile as well: sweet, savory or both! Remember, you have a whole day to burn off any extra calories, so you can really indulge. Although we don’t really have classic and iconic „Polish breakfast”, we know how to enjoy this meal. In Kraków you can choose from a variety of great breakfast options ranging from quick snacks to real feasts. Check out our guide and have a great breakfast experience in Kraków.
Benjamin Franklin once said that beer was the proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy. On a more pragmatic note, he also pointed out that unlike wine and beer, water contains bacteria. Taking into consideration words of a wise man we decided to suggest 10 best drinking dens for you to visit in Warsaw.
It’s true that Polish cuisine relies heavily on animal-related products. On the other hand, one of the most famous and oldest Polish recipes is a fermented beetroot soup – barszcz – which is stricly vegan! As our country is one of the biggest European markets for fruit and vegetable trade, vegetarians can cope surprisingly well here. …
Those who’ve never stepped foot on the Polish soil may envision it as a land of permanent frost and polar bears running rampant from one Soviet-style building to another frightening the s*** out of mustachioed elderly – because the young ones have emigrated to the UK – ladies wrapped in floral scarves on their way …