Welcome to the best experience for a real foodie in Warsaw
Not many foodie spots in Warsaw allow you to discover Polish cuisine by a hands-on cooking experience. Therefore, if you cannot attend a Pierogi & More class Warsaw has many other options for real foodies.
Warsaw is one of the most attractive destinations for any foodie. Consequently, from cheap self-service bars (called milk bars) to expensive gourmet restaurants with Michelin stars. So, every food lover will find a good spot to discover the treasures of Polish cuisine. Moreover it is worth mentioning that Warsaw ranks high for the density of vegetarian and vegan places, making is a perfect destination for those who respect animals.
Where to find best restaurants for a foodie in Warsaw?
Warsaw is full of surprising places to eat out. So, the city boasts a huge number of streets that are packed with restaurants and bars. Here are some ideas to look for good food: To eat out in the neighbourhood, check: Saska Kępa, Powiśle, Plac Konstytucji, Plac Wilsona, Plac Grzybowski, Żurawia, Jasna, Krucza, Poznańska. Moreover, you may check Koneser in Praga for some great selection of restaurants and bars. On top of that, you have little cafes almost everywhere you look at.
Also recommend you to check up the famous food markets: Nocny Targ, Targ Śniadaniowy, as well as all year Hala Gwardii and Hala Koszyki. SOme are open daily and throughout the year and some are only open once a week and only during the summer, eg Targ śniadaniowy.
Lastly, if you have a weakness for cakes, check: Warszawski Lukier, Kukułka, Odette, Lukullus, Wedel or Cukier Puder.
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