We met our tour guide Ola to begin our tour. Ola is a friendly knowledgeable woman from Poland who has lived in Warsaw for 6 years. She told us we would visit 4 restaurants and would be very full when we were done.
Ola gave us plenty of interesting Polish history as we walked along. It is an easy walk with no more than 10-15 minutes between stops. At each stop we sat in a restaurant to taste the Polish food they specialize in.
Along the way we had, vegan food, cabbage soup, white sausage soup, Polish bread spread, meatballs, pierogies, melon with pumpkin, vodka, a Polish donut (paczki) and coffee. Wow we were full.
We are not vegan or vegetarian but the vegan food was amazing. It was probably the stop that we enjoyed the most. Ola asked us to guess what we were eating before she told us what it was. It was traditional Polish dishes that are made healthier but using vegan ingredients. They food was tasty and hard to believe that there was no meat in it.
If you are looking for a fun way to taste traditional Polish food,that you might not order as a full meal this is a wonderful way to try it. The history and cultural lesson along the way is a bonus! Lots of fun