You will find here cosy cafes, intimitable bars and pubs and tons of restaurants in the city.
The Polish capital offers wide variety of restaurants of both foreign and Polish cousine. Although the offer is not as rich as in cities like Paris and London, everybody will find something that suits its taste and budget. Especially that the city is now booming with new and unique restaurants with high quality service and food.
The national dish is bigos, made from sauerkraut, fresh cabbage, onions and leftover meat. Pike in aspic, marinated fish in sour cream, and barszcz (beetroot soup) are popular starters. Dill, marjoram, caraway seeds, wild mushrooms and sour cream are added to many dishes.
To know more about Warsaw's worth seeing bars, pubs and cafes you might visit a website of'Warsaw Insider', a comprehensive monthly guide to good living and fast times in Poland's capital.