A Global, Veggie Touch on Polish Cuisine
Posted on 09 / 19 / 2010
An excellent restaurant that serves many Polish specialities in healthier, vegetarian (and often tastier!) versions. These include a vegan version of nalesniki (crepes), pierogi with lentils, sunflower seed croquettes, and barszcz (beet soup). Most non-vegan options can be made such upon request.
The restaurant also features world cuisine. The pasta dishes are delicious, as are the asian-influenced stir fries. There is a mexican platter and a few middle eastern dishes as well.
The soups are fantastic, served in very large bowls. A favorite is the hearty, coconut-based lentil soup.
The extensive menu also features a delectable dessert selection and fresh organic juices.
The restaurant is nicely situated within a park, and in the summer large doors are opened to bring the outdoors in. The interior decor is lively and appealing, and there is a generally relaxed atmosphere.
Top choice in Warsaw!
Extensive, International Menu, Nice Atmosphere