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Where to eat in Warsaw? This is where you will discover the flavours of the capital

Warsaw is the culinary capital of Poland. There are plenty of elegant restaurants listed in the Michelin guide, atmospheric pubs for meetings with friends, casual milk bars and outdoor breakfast markets. Apart from regional restaurants offering local Polish dishes, you can find food from all over the world, including vegetarian and vegan. Check which places you mustn’t miss while in Warsaw.

Traditional

Pierogi, fot. shaiith, Fotolia

You want to try typical Polish dishes? Be sure to try pierogi, dumplings stuffed with meat, tripe soup, sour rye soup or beef tartare. Modern takes on regional Polish dishes can be found in restaurants around the Old Town and on Nowy Świat Street as well as in milk bars, which are famous for their low prices and home-made food.

Trendy

Hala Koszyki, fot. Filip Kwiatkowski

In the Art Nouveau Hala Koszyki and in the century-old Hala Gwardii (friday-sunday) you will find dozens of fashionable restaurants and bars. In these two restored indoor markets you will find under one roof dozens of bars with Polish, Mexican, Thai, Indian and fusion cuisine. Also go to the Koneser Center in Praga or to Elektrownia Powiśle, where post-industrial buildings are now filled with elegant restaurants and stylish drink bars that every foodie should know.

Street Food

Festiwal food trucków, fot. Warszawska Organizacja Turystyczna

Street food in Warsaw is on the up. Family-friendly food festivals, food truck meet-ups and breakfast markets are great places to spend time. In the open air, try American burgers, Asian dumplings, gluten-free desserts and other original dishes.

Be a Local

Ulica Ząbkowska, fot. Warszawska Organizacja Turystyczna

If you want to feel part of the city, go to places that are popular among locals: restaurants with cuisine from around the world, eateries for every budget and occasion and pubs with atmospheric interiors. The largest variety awaits you in the very centre of the city (Poznańska, Hoża, Krucza and Wilcza Streets), in Old Praga (Ząbkowska Street) and Saska Kępa (Francuska Street).

Vegetarian/Vegan

Hamburger, fot. Filip Kwiatkowski

Warsaw is a Mecca for vegans and vegetarians. The opinion-forming blog HappyCow Vegan Guide has placed the capital in the forefront of the most vegan friendly cities. There are vegan fine dining restaurants, burger and kebab bars, as well as pizzerias and lunchbars. More…

Exquisite

Restauracja, fot. Kzenon, Fotolia

Are you a fan of exquisite cuisine? Be sure to visit one of the two restaurants in Warsaw that have won a Michelin star: Atelier Amaro and Senses. Other places mentioned in the Michelin guide can be found in the vicinity of Senatorska and Wierzbowa Streets.

Sweet

Zygmuntówka, fot. Ewelina Majdak

Warsaw is a paradise for those with a sweet tooth. Discover the taste of traditional local pastries: wuzetka and zygmuntówka cakes as well as plump donuts with rose jam filling you can try at Zagoździński and Blikle, both pastry shops with years of tradition. For a cup of warm chocolate, go to the cosy E. Wedel cafe at Szpitalna Street.

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