What to eat in Warsaw? 2022

Poland
Suggest Food

Bigos

Bigos is known as "hunter's stew" in English. It is made with any kind of meat (pork, veal, beef, poultry), cabbage and sauerkraut. Also other vegetables can be added inside the dish.

Gołąbki

Gołąbki is made from boiled cabbage leaves rolled around a filling of minced pork or beef, chopped onions, and rice.

Kartacze

Kartacze are made from potatoes dough and then the dough is stuffed with meat. It is generally served with fried onion and pieces of pork. It can be preferred as main dish or side dish.

Pierogi

Pierogi are polish dumplings made from noodle flour dough or pastry dough. It is stuffed with potato, meat, cheese or sauerkraut.

Rogaliki

Rogaliki is a Polish cookie. It can be filled with jam, almond or walnut.

Rosół

Rosół is a traditional Polish meat soup. The most popular variety is a clear chicken soup. It is commonly served with capellini ( a very thin italian pasta) pasta.

Sernik

Sernik is a traditional Polish cheesecake. It is traditionally prepared with a farmer's cheese called twarog. Sernik is one of the most common desserts served in Polish restaurants.

Zapiekanki

Zapiekanki is an open-face sandwich made of half of a baguette, topped with sautéed white mushrooms, cheese and your choice of toppings. It is toasted until cheese melts and served with ketchup. It is a popular street food.

Chlodnik

Chlodnik is a traditional polish cold beet soup. Also it is known as cold borscht. It is a fresh, tasty and refreshing summer soup. It made with beet, yoghurt, cucumber, onion, dill and radish. Chlodnik is served with boiled egg.

Kotlet schabowy

Kotlet schabowy is a pork kotlet coated with breadcrumbs. It is similar to Viennese schnitzel.

Żurek

Żurek is a soup made of soured rye flour and meat (usually boiled pork sausage or pieces of smoked sausage, bacon or ham). It is served in an edible bowl made of bread or with boiled potatoes and egg. It has traditionally been eaten at Easter.