Here are our Top 5 Warsaw Food Markets to watch:
Pl. Konstytucji Italian Market
This weekend is your last call to visit this pop-up Italian food market in Warsaw. Specializing in Italian delicacies, find original prodotti italiani from regions of Tuscany, Sicily, Sardinia, Lazio and others sold by vendors from both Italy and Poland. Italian food lovers will find parmigiano, caciocavallo, dried tomatoes, Ligurian pesto, and even cheese flavored with red wine, truffles, Prosecco, etc. Furthermore, look out for their workshops and small Italian cooking school.
This open, outdoor market will feature a Portuguese twist this weekend with original, imported produce as well as a large eating and drinking area in which you can consume your Portuguese-style breakfast alongside others. Held in cooperation with the Polish-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce, the event schedule includes variety of cooking and cultural workshops and a live Fado concert led by Joao de Sousa. Not only for lovers of Iberian cuisine, all the regular food and grill stalls will also be open. Set on two locations: Żoliborz (Ż) and Mokotów (M)
Awarded the title of ‘best food market’ in the Insider’s Best of Warsaw awards, Bazar Olkuska is a mini-labyrinth set with vegetables and fruit, meat, fish, bio-products (vegan or gluten free), local and homemade delicacies, cakes, fresh coffee, or ethnic gems from the Mediterranean region. One for the diary: the bazaar celebrates its second birthday on June 18 with a giant outdoor party.
A remarkable Tsarist era brick fortress given a new lease of life as a premium grocery market. The offer includes high quality agricultural and meat products from ecological farms, goat cheese by Kozi Dymek and gourmet ravioli and other delicacies courtesy of Chianti Restaurant. Occupying center stage is Pan Ziółko, a man regarded as something of a ‘celebrity farmer’. Not surprisingly, you’ll find Warsaw’s top chefs and restaurateurs perusing the stalls.
Offering organic food and ecological products, Biobazar food market is a billowing, nutritional flag on Warsaw’s food map. Not only for food, it has become a brand and social place in its own right: a place to eat breakfast, lunch, drink organic coffee or listen to a concert. Complete with a kid-friendly area, this hulking former factory is famed for its meat, poultry, cheese, fruit & veg – all stamped with the bio seal of approval. Vendors include: Agrart, Ale Eco Café, Banpol, Biodelice, CMK Ciasta, Dereggio, Ecojabłka and many more besides…