Flavours of Warsaw

How about a walk or tasting tour with a local foodie? Vodka, Polish dumplings called pierogi and a vast range of pork sausages, these are the flavours that are quite commonly associated with the Polish cuisine. But is there some food that is typically varsovian? We prepared a series of itineraries that allow you to discover a complex culinary identity of Warsaw and have a full meal.

We can take you for a 2 hours walk in the historic Old Town to discover the culinary dimension of the most precious treasure: the district listed as the part of the UNESCO World Heritage for a comprehensive reconstruction after WWII. The other itinerary for 2 hours walk would let you explore historic cafes and popular craft pubs as it is focused on the Warsaw’s downtown. If you have a half a day tour in mind, we can combine both itineraries.

Visitors who are willing to spend more time getting to know Warsaw and its food may consider a day long tour that will include a walk in the Old Town, a tour in the district of historic cafes and pubs of the center and important market areas with its unique atmosphere such as the Różycki’s bazaar famous for dumplings served (and sold) in glass jar.

The length of the tour is subject to change depending on the participants orders and restaurant service. The list of restaurants and eaters may change on request of the participants.