Few people see Poland as the land of viniculture. Average temperatures around 7 degrees Celsius, not much sun during winter and THE SNOW. How can you possibly make good wine in such conditions? Well, it turns out that some smart people found just the right way to make it happen. And they are on the road …
Time flies, it’s been a couple of months and a couple of million calories since we posted our Top-5-This-Season in Warsaw, so it’s time to catch up! This post will be a usual mix of oldies and newbies of Warsaw culinary panorama, but as always you cannot go wrong when dining in any of them. …
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 that have been around for some time already to check whether they’re still as good as we remembered them. You’ll find them on the list below, which is a clear …
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:)
If they tell you: ‘It’s the end of August, time to start thinking about getting cold’, you should only interpret it one way: time for ice cream! Poland is the country where ‘lody’ is one of the most popular signs in touristy places but are all those places worth a visit? Come on, let’s find out where you can try the best craft and interesting ice cream in Warsaw and take your mom, dad, children, friends or strangers to share this tangible and simple happiness!
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.