February 14, 2014
From the sensational experience of U Kucharzy to the Milk Bar that brought us back in time, we found fantastic food in Warsaw at great prices. Bring your appetite!
Where: 7 Ossolinskich St. (Europejski Hotel), Warsaw 00-071
Notable: We found ourselves, as with others sitting IN the kitchen as chefs were preparing meals. The smells, the sounds and the visual delights of old wooden chopping blocks wheeled around with platters of yummy goodness brought all our senses to life. If there is one place you need to eat at in Warsaw, it is U Kucharzy.
Price: Very reasonable!
This was one of the reasons we fell in love with cold soup. The smooth sweet taste of beet was subdued by a perfect proportion of cream and of course with any traditional Polish dish, there was dill. All of which mixed together for a refreshing and mouthwatering starter.
They were lightly browned and topped with a generous serving of caramelized onions. Comfort food at its finest! Every bite brought the taste of fresh parsley, light cheese filling together with the slightly sour chewy shell… brilliant!
A milk bar is a Polish from of cafeteria, providing very inexpensive homemade-style food. Step in one of them for a tasty meal that will satisfy the largest of appetites without even coming close to breaking the bank. I promise.
Where: Street Ząbkowska 2, Warsaw 02-736
Notable: Homemade food and hearty, order your fill and if it helps, ask for an English menu.
Price: Full meal for two for less than 10 Euros
A cafe with good food and a field of lawn chairs for you to cater to an inevitable food coma.
A quirky bar/ restaurant with a decent selection of beer and food. Not to mention board games to practice your Polish.
They melt in your mouth and will leave you begging for more.
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