Gdański Bar Mleczny is a contemporary update of the classic Polish milk bar, which means hearty food at a bargain price.
Gdański Bar Mleczny
Located in the Muranów district, close to the excellent POLIN Museum, Gdański Bar Mleczny is a contemporary update of the classic Polish milk bar. Although these cheap places to eat flourished after the Second World War, their history dates back to the end of the 19th century, when a dairy farmer opened the first on Warsaw’s Nowy Świat. Traditionally, vegetarian, they are excellent value for money. Gdański Bar Mleczny has a frame of minimalist benches, glowing balls suspended in nets, and bold typography, set against cheery yellow walls. Queue up at the counter, eat in or take away, this is great tasting Polish home cooking.
Gdański Bar Mleczny address: Andersa 33, Warsaw 00-159 Poland
Muranów, Mirów, and Powązki Districts: To the north and to the west, these districts include two powerhouse Warsaw museums: The POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews and The Warsaw Rising Museum – both are exceptional and highly recommended. There are new restaurants popping up in these areas all the time, including SZUM, and you’ll find some budget hotels, such as the ibis Warszawa Centrum.
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