Where to eat?
Over the past few years Warsaw has undergone a real revolution and become a popular culinary destination. The city has literally filled with eateries – from elegant, starred restaurants to unpretentious bistros and milk bars, where soups, dumplings, tripe soups and cream pies reign supreme. Warsaw’s fare has come to the notice of the foreign media, among others Forbes and the authoritative blog HappyCow Vegan Guide, which ranked the Polish capital among the top vegan-friendly cities. Warsaw strongly promotes diversity – nearly all corners of the world meet on the table. We can taste cuisine from Ukraine, Georgia, Hungary, the Middle East or vegan sushi that is even admired by the Japanese. There are of course some local delicacies that you just can’t miss: pyzy – round potato dumplings with a meat stuffing, żurek – sour rye soup served with egg and white sausage or wuzetka – cocoa sponge cake with creamy custard. Warsaw’s food constantly amazes tourists and residents alike by creativity, attention to the quality of the products and the fact that you can eat well at a very affordable price.