Incredible Places to Eat in Warsaw, Poland You Can't Miss



Warsaw is bustling with variety when it comes to food variety and interesting places to eat. Nowadays you can find everything from traditional cafeteria style "milk bars" with their old charm to innovative & modern eateries with international cuisine.


Here are our recommendations of the places to eat in Warsaw that are not to be missed.



Flaming & Co Restaurant


Great for a summertime outside brunch, this cozy white & blue interior has a modern menu that offers fish, meat & vegetarian options. Their wonderful white furniture terrace is filled with flowers, plants and greenery that mask you from the bustling city around you.


Its located a short walking distance from Liezniki Park so will serve as the perfect place for your relaxing morning exploring Warsaw's green & nature filled locations!


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $$


Flaming & Co: Federyka Chopina 5, Warsaw, Poland (close to Liezniki Park)



Koszyki Food Hall


Relatively newly opened, the food hall is the local's business lunch go-to destination. You will find stalls and mini walk-in style restaurants here, serving everything from coffee & ice cream to proper sit down soup & main dish restaurants. Recommend to come here on weekdays for lunch, take advantage of the great lunch of the day deals (usually around 3-5 EUR/person for soup & main) and immerse yourself in the local working professionals vibe.


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $-$$


Koszykowa 63, Warsaw, Poland


Sofra Bistro


By far one of our favourites places to eat in Warsaw! A taste of the middle east in Poland? YES!


This place is packed in the evenings and packed with families sharing large tables of Turkish pizza on the weekends. They have such a modern but homey interior and door walls that slide open during the summer, so that those eating outside on the terrace and people inside the restaurant become one.


Serving a range of middle eastern food, the menu is filled with favourites like baba ganoush, hummus & falafel plates and Turkish pizza, called lahmacun.


🌶 Hint hint: their lahmacun is definitely worth a try!


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $


Sofra Bistro: Wilcza 71, Warsaw, Poland


Loreta Bar, Puro Hotel


OKAY, so technically this is not a restaurant, but by far the best view in Warsaw (our opinion), so it deserves a spot on this list.


Not far from the city district, Loreta Bar is our favourite place to start off a date night & watch the sunset. The drinks are top quality and served beautifully, but the atmosphere and rooftop view overlooking the city is what you go for.


Prices for drinks, 2 people: $$$


Loreta Bar: On the top floor of the brand new Puro Hotel, Widok 9, Warsaw, Poland



Podwale Kompania Piwna 25


🍺 True Polish cultural experience.


So Warsaw, especially the old town is not lacking is touristy "traditional" restaurants that lure you in for their pierogi. But to be honest - this place has been a hidden gem for our trips in the past few years.


It's right in the old town (a place which isn't exactly the best pace to eat like a local) and in the summer time seats people mainly in their huge private courtyard.


For us, these were the best pierogi in town & their menu is plentiful with other traditional options to try from around Poland. Their prices are very affordable, which definitely makes it our favourite place to eat in Warsaw for traditional fool!


Pickles pre-meal & a shot of Polish traditional cherry liquor (post-meal) are served for all customers, so keep that in mind when ordering food!


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $


Powale Kompania Piwna: Right next to the castle in the old town - Podwale 25, Warsaw, Poland



Pumpui Thai Food


A small local eatery, Pumpui has also been a great discovery, taking a break from all the meat & potatoes you'll be eating when in Poland.


Stocking from everything like mango/papaya spicy salad to classics like Thai green curry & mango sticky rice - their outside jungle oasis will transport you outside of Poland at least for a few hours 👙


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $


Pumpui Thai Food: Jaroslawa Dabrowskiego 15A/4, Warsaw, Poland

Rusalka, Bar Mleczny


A bit of preserved history in the form of an eatery. "Milk bars" (Bar Mleczny) are located all over the city. It's the Warsaw equivalent of a canteen I would say.


Stepping into one of these, including this one - Rusalka is literally stepping back in time to somewhere in the 70-90s. Food is prepped by ladies that definetly don't speak english, but pointing to something on the handwritten chalk menu will do the trick!


Definetely worth a visit if you're in search of a little history, whether its in the decor or the food your eastern European grandma used to make.


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $


Florianska 14, (in the Praga district) Warsaw, Poland


Stixx Bar & Grill


For your "treat yourself" night out - this is the place to go.


Although small confession in order - this is the only place on this list we haven't tried out ourselves, the menu & top chefs in the kitchen should speak for themselves.


The dining room is covered with a glass roof, which should be self explanatory as to the great night time city view that is present whilst you dine!


Prices for main mean & drinks, 2 people: $$$


Stixx Bar & Grill: Plac Europejski 4A, Warsaw, Poland



Hoping that you found this list of places to eat in Warsaw useful - let us know your thoughts on the places & food in the comments below!


Enjoy!

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