Trendy Places in Warsaw
When in Poland I always try to discover new places to eat or to have a drink. When I was living in Warsaw there wasn’t so much of trendy places in the city. Everything really started after the European Football Cup in 2012. A lot of restaurants opened with interesting concepts. Every time I am in my home country I ask my local friends to take me to a new place so I can discover new food spots. In this article, I will write about new places I experienced this year and that I really like!
Every time I am in my home country I ask my local friends to take me to a new place so I can discover new food spots. In this article, I will write about new places I experienced this year and that I really like!
Warsaw Night Market
I experienced night markets in Thailand for the first time and I really loved the concept. What’s better than being able to eat street food all day and night long? I really appreciate the idea of being on a market and being able to eat a little bit of something and then a little bit of something else. This way, I can taste different kinds of food in the same place. With my sister, we opted for a homemade greek pita with chicken (it was deliciouuuus), some spring rolls, and French crepes. Everything was homemade, fresh and cooked in front of you.
One minus about the night market? It’s not easy to find. The Warsaw Night Market is situated in an old outside train station and to be able to access the site, you have to walk through the parking… in the dark.
Nocny Market – Ulica Kolejowa 8/10A, 01-210 Warszawa, Pologne
I already wrote about Hala Koszyki in a previous article but I went back there two weeks ago and tested a different kind of food. The first time, I opted for a delicious crepe in Cma by Mateusz Gessler restaurant. Last time, I tried Mango Vegan, a food spot that prepares vegan pitas with homemade hummus.
What do I like the most about Hala Koszyki? Its design. It is an old hall that used to sell fresh fruits and veggies. Today, it has several small shops with tea, a lot of nice food spots, organic shops and so on. I will definitely be back there!
Hala Koszyki – Koszykowa 63, 00-667 Warszawa, Pologne
I know sushi rolls restaurants are very trendy in a lot of big cities but I actually discovered this kind of food in Warsaw. There are many sushi rolls restaurants in Warsaw so I had to taste it! I really like the idea of being able to eat a roll while walking or on the go. Tastes like sushi but is easier to savor! Personally, I opted for the ones of Rolls Rolls but I also know other places like Hand Roll.
Rolls Rolls – Chmielna 13, 00-001 Warszawa, Pologne
HandRoll – Francuska 32, 03-905 Warszawa, Pologne