Discover the flavours of Poland


Are you ready to become a food explorer? Get a taste of Polish national cuisine as well as the regional specialties: take a bite of oscypek, eat a soup made from sour cabbage, and have various kinds of pierogi for dinner. Experience Polish culture through its distinctive cuisine.

What’s in the menu?

The most traditional Polish dishes – try a plethora of flavours: sour cabbage soup and smoked oscypek cheese (made from ewe’s milk), zurek z kielbasa (Sour Rye Soup with Sausage), Bigos (stewed dish made of saurkraut and fresh cabbage, meat and mushrooms), or some Potato pancakes.

Local specialties in a “pierogarnia” – have some Polish-style pierogi dumplings.

Dinner at a cozy restaurant in the Krakow Old Town – take a brief and unique cooking lesson.

“Tasty tours” theme blocks – your chance to try Polish Chocolate, donuts, beer, soups etc.

Food oriented festivals in Krakow – celebrate the National Donut Day (also known as a “Fat Thursday”) with eating as many donuts as you can, taste some traditional soups during the International Soup Festival and try out various kinds of pierogi during the Dumplings Festival in Cracow.

Zakopane – get a taste of Highlander cuisine in a traditional koliba mountain hut in the picturesque surroundings of Tatra Mountains peaks and valleys; see local crafts and unique wooden architecture.

Regional dishes – try out Tataers cousine and the specialties of the Eastern Poland: zepelins and “kouduny”.