Polish food at street markets in Warsaw

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Polish food and markets in Warsaw.

Polish Food markets are great places to get acquainted with local cuisine. Some of the tastiest and best value food can be found at street food stalls. This was no different in Warsaw, Poland. Starving, we decided to explore the Old City in the quest of finding something to eat. It didn’t take long to discover a market buzzing with flavors and colors.  Obviously many others were dying to get their hands on food as well!

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A food market in Warsaw, Poland.

What type of Polish food can be found at markets?

There are many types of food that can be put to the test. The food are not always the healthiest but they are delicious and cheap. Let’s have a look at some of the most popular food that can be found at open-markets in Warsaw.

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-food-2″] Obwarzanek is a type of bread that is almost in a doughnut shape. To be honest, I have seen so many different types of bread in Warsaw, that I don’t know the difference between all of them. Obwarzanek was originally invented in Kraków.

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-food-2″] Zapiekanki  is a baguette that is cut in half and topped with vegetables like mushrooms and onions. It is normally served with a sauce of your choice.

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-food-2″] Kielbasa is very delicious! They come in beef and pork flavors and can be spicy. Kielbasa is also very popular for breakfast and served with eggs.

[v_icon color=”#1e73be” size=”18px” target=”_blank” name=”moon-food-2″] Bread is very popular in Poland and can be found with all meals. Polish people love their bread.

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Polish food in Warsaw – different types of bread.

Vendors can be found everywhere and the dishes are prepared in minutes. The most difficult part is to make up your mind! Now for the multi-million dollar question. What do you drink with your food? Well, Poland is not very popular for it’s beer, so the best choice is Vodka. Yes, Poland is a Vodka drinking nation so grab a shot of Vodka and make a toast. Food markets are lots of fun and musicians and street entertainers can be found everywhere.

I have been fortunate to have done quite a bit of travelling over the last 10 years. By heart I am an adventurer and I love exploring new places, cultures and food. Travelling can become stressful and expensive. Over the years I have learnt to travel as cost effective as possible, simply by travelling more clever. Nelmitravel.com is a Adventure and Budget Travel site where I review Airlines, Accommodation, Transport, Restaurants and give helpful travel information.

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  1. Hi, thank you for the visit! It is so nice to share in the special moments. Loved your moment and the photo is adorable. I left a comment 🙂

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