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All reviews soups pierogi pancakes schnitzel tomato soup potatoes cheesecake bar mleczny milk bar english menu polish food good eats inexpensive meal communist poland great polish served quickly cheap food
Must-visit! English menus are available, loads of variety to try traditional polish food, quick service, cheap prices and a quirky and oddly pleasant ambience. I tried the blueberry perogis and coffee (11PLN) and saw others with soup, breakfast, pancakes, cheesecake etc. I wanted to try...More
This place was recommended buy a friend who said it was a must-go institution.
The food is incredibly good value and very good. The vibe is wonderful, with mostly locals and sometimes queues to get in.
The usual Polish favourites are all good - borscht...More
Great choice to try good local food without spending too much. It's a self service, you order at the entrance, and after it ready come to a window yo pick it up, so it's ain't fancy place, but very tasty and very cheap, and the...More
Milk bars are a great part of Warsaw culture. Don't expect anything other than business-like service, no frills decor and awesome food. Such great value too. Google translate a few things on the menu and just go for it, this is a proper Warsaw experience...More
This Bar Mleczny on the corner of Hoza and Krucza served up some of the best Flaczki Wolowe (tripe soup) that I'd had. If a place can do these well, then it can do most things well. For comparison, I'd had the same dish at...More
Our Freewalking guide recommended this to us and it was useful as it was near our hotel (the MDM). We had to queue for about 5 mins as the queue is very slow moving. We couldn't see any English translation so you've really got to...More
Fantastic Polish milk bar experience slightly of the beaten path but a lot of Warsaw is !
Menu in Polish so look up before you go or take a Polish person with you
Order food, get ticket take to window wait for order in queue...More