When most people think of Polish cuisine, pierogi is usually the only thing that springs to mind. These tasty cheese and potato dumplings are served in all English-speaking restaurants.
For a more unusual taste of Poland, join our food tour and learn what Polish cuisine is really about. You’ll savour a range of typical Polish dishes at 4–6 carefully selected locations, and hear the stories behind everything you try.
Find out why Poles complain about bread quality, why they sometimes long for food produced in the 1970s, why fermented doesn’t mean something has gone bad, and much more.
Be prepared for an equivalent of a full meal, including a dessert of course! The tour involves a bit of walking, so you’ll burn some calories throughout the afternoon – just remember to wear comfortable shoes.
Please note that the guide responsible for the tour may refuse a participant on the tour/ask a participant to leave the tour if they consider the participant to be unfit to participate (drunk, aggressive, behaving in a way that makes continuing the tour difficult or impossible, etc.) Refusal for safety reasons is not grounds for a refund.