Across Warsaw, everyone is eating together! Join the revolution at the following game changing venues…
Hala Gwardii – Food Hall
Set within a charmingly distressed piece of Tsarist-era brickwork, it’s not just the depth of the offer that has kept crowd figures high, but the quality as well. Standouts in this food hall are too numerous to mention, but hat tips go towards the Gorilla coffee point; the meaty treats of Beef’n’Roll; the delicious dumplings at I Love Pierogi; and the English-style spuds served by Pieczone Ziemniaki. Last but not least, no-one in Poland scoops better ice cream than the team at Ice Pot.
Pl. Mirowska 2, halagwardii.pl
Hala Koszyki – Food Hall
Nirvana for the aspirational classes, careful surgery has preserved the heritage of this early 20th century marketplace and juxtaposed it against the urban tapestry of modern Warsaw. Appealing to everyone from foodies and families to Instagram scenesters, its success has sparked a nationwide wave of doubles and duplicates.
But despite their best efforts, none come close to feeling quite so global. Walking around Koszyki, find all from Korean noodles, Spanish tapas, Mexican burritos, Greek kebabs and so much more.
ul. Koszykowa 63, koszyki.com
Postępu 5 – Food Hall
Christened Mordor by the despairing employees who head there each working day, the area around Domaniewska doesn’t have the best public image. Now though, there isn’t just hope, but also a solution to realign the spirit of this quarter.
Call it Postępu 5, a collection of street vendors housed in a line of former garages and storage units. Highlights inc. Blin (for Russian-style pancakes), Hotto Doggu (Japanese hot dogs), and Roger That Foods, a close quarters burger stop immediately identifiable by the monster smoker set outside.
ul. Postępu 5, postepu5.pl