I went there twice during my stay in warsaw. We tasted lots of pierogis with different fillings and they were very good. the fried ones are the best. It is a bit overpriced for poland standarts, but still cheap if you think about other capitals in europe. the service is ok, the waitress are not super friendly or kind, explain... 更多
We had fried dunplings and zurek (polish sour soup). Dumpligs(pierogi) were tasteless and oily. Zurek didnt taste like zurek. If you want to try polish cuisine find another place. Good part of our visit was warming drink served with vodka/rum.
this is a restaurant for tourists-but hey-WE WERE TOURISTS! It specializes in peirogi or Polish filled dumplings-there is a HUGE choice and it was hard to choose! We opted for one plate of meat filled and one cheese and potato-and each of us had a soup. The menu is done with good pics of everything and in VERY good English!(a... 更多
I ate in many Zapiecek in Warsaw because it's a chain. The food is generally good even if my polish grandma does it better! I recommend pierogi with blueberries and cream, it's delicious.
Conveniently located in the old town market square, Zapiecek is a definite must go, if you want to try a large variety of pierogi. You can order either the smaller portion (9 pieces), the larger portion (11 pieces) or an assortment of pierogi (minimum 9 pieces). I particulary enjoyed the pierogi with meat and mushrooms fillings. Do order the dried... 更多
The pierogi choice was huge, loads for my vegetarian partner including smoked and blue cheese, lentils. The sausages were delicious and the restaurant was very nice and had a good mix of modern and traditional styles. Smacznego!!!
In Warsaw, there are several restaurants with the same name. We've been three times in the restaurant on the Powale street. It's just an amazing place. Very comfortable sofas and tables, a lot of space. A children's room and diaper room for babies. Very friendly waitress. The food is simply excellent! We have tried almost all the dishes and everything... 更多