For Foodies

Targ śniadaniowy, fot. Krzysztof Cybruch_Targ śniadaniowy
Breakfast markets

targsniadaniowy.pl

Do you fancy eating something delicious and surprising? On summer weekends, be sure to visit one of the breakfast markets. You will find everything you want, from vegetarian dishes to gluten-free and organic products. The most popular ones are held in Żoliborz and Mokotów, but you will also find them in other districts.

Hala Koszyki, fot. Filip Kwiatkowski
Hala Koszyki

ul. Koszykowa 63
www.koszyki.com

The Art Nouveau architecture of this indoor food market dating, back to the beginning of the 20th century, has been restored and the edifice modernised, and it has become one of the most important locations in the city’s culinary and social scene. Hop over for dinner or an exhibition – try out the latest trends in urban cuisine and find out what’s hot in town.

Hala Gwardii, fot. Rafał Motyl
Hala Gwardii

Plac Żelaznej Bramy 1
halagwardii.pl

The ideal place for lovers of great food and culture in one place. The hall is a unique combination of interesting art, a traditional market with good quality food and regional products, restaurants and food stores. It’s a great idea for a weekend lunch or an evening with friends.

Nocny Market_fot. m.st. Warszawa
Night Market

ul. Towarowa 3
www.facebook.com/nocnymarket

If you are a night owl and are not afraid to eat late, then this is the place for you. The old Warsaw Central Train Station has gained a new life thanks to the gathering of food lovers organised here every Saturday and Sunday. This is where you will get the best street food in town, with a wealth of tastes – from traditional to oriental.

Hala Koszyki

Hala Gwardii

Mokotów Breakfast Market

Żoliborz Breakfast Market

Night Market

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