World class affairs now erase the memories of Soviet blockades which rationed food and commodities, but was once a bland, milk-less city, is now a burgeoning food destination where entrepenuers are trying new things with tradition Polish food, making it high-class dining and impressive considering Warsaw's bleak past. Sidestreet cafes dominate city squares that used to be empty and grayed with bland choices, and hardly a crowd. Besides the traditional Polish cuisine which you can find on white cloth or in the fast food sector, you can find everything from Chinese to Greek and Spanish food to British bangers. Warsaw's even picked up a fairly respectable following from the food world, and you can now float with free ideas and revolutionary new plates too!
Ulica Aleksandra Fredry 6
Ulica Szpitalna 8
Plac Stanisława Małachowskiego 3
24 Krakowskie Przedmiescie