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I really liked this place and I'm sure I will be back there. Very chilled and hipster atmosphere, and the good thing is that it wasn't packed - full of positive people, but not too crowded. The food is good, and you can choose from...More
A great place to visit at night -locals and tourists gathered under the neon lights and trendy music in the background. There's a great variety of food around the market - we took some local dish (a sort of garlic bread with cheesy topping), an...More
Lived in London for last 10 years, so truly learned to appreciate Street feasts. Nocny market is a great example of the experience. Great hipster vibe, chilled music, tasty drinks and epic fooooodddd to indulgence yourself. And experience not to miss out while in Warsaw....More
Decided just to check this event out as we heard it will end soon for this year and may not return the next year. We weren't going to eat anything, but ended up eating a lot 😁 Brazilian meats, deepfried garlic bread, grilled octopus, drinks...More
Wonderful collection of international food stalls, offering a glimpse of Warsaw's burgeoning food scene. Mexican, American, Asian, etc. cuisine, all with a bit of a hint of a Polish twist. A bit on the pricey side, but well worth it. Located near the old Warszawa...More
Despite the name, we hit this market around 16:30 for a late lunch/early dinner - and the place was already filling up with people. The street food theme runs throughout, with plenty to choose from: burgers, tacos, Vietnamese, Korean and much more. Our eyes (and...More
Went there as a couple after work. We both work in the centre so it is very easily accessible.
Went there early at 5pm but it was already full and most of the dishes were available already apart from the paella that needed a bit...More
If you are a tourist, the market is not so easy to find, as search engines will point to the main street, and you have to walk down a dark alley to actually get there. There are so many people walking by that its fun...More