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Traditional Treats
May 31, 2012   
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The Polska Rozpusta (Polish Decadence) restaurant is one of a few places in Warsaw to still serve traditional dishes that have become something of a rarity these days, such as leg of lamb. Many other familiar Polish delicacies are always on the menu, including steak tartare with home-made marinades, pig’s knuckles in aspic and goose pâté. Main courses include Polish meat and fish dishes served with a range of side orders from forest mushrooms to home-made gravies and preserves. All dishes are prepared fresh on site and the cooks also make all the noodles, dumplings and desserts, bake the cakes and pies and fry traditional faworki—ribbon shaped, deep-fried pastry.

A good way to start is with the Baltic herring in three flavors. And try the delicate and aromatic white vegetable cream soup, or the żurek sour soup with a hint of mushroom.

Main courses include delicate and crispy fried zander with lime and mint sauce, and pasta with beef sirloin and boletus mushrooms.

Don’t miss out on Polska Rozpusta’s superb desserts, such as a meringue cake with fruit and fondants, which are soufflé muffins with hot chocolate.

The decor gives Polska Rozpusta a stylish yet cozy feel while the waiters are discreet but efficient.

The restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. until the last guest leaves. Every day at lunch time, you can compose your own lunch from a wide selection of main courses and side orders for just zl.25, complete with soup. You can also have the lunch delivered to your office.

Polska Rozpusta Restaurant; 23 Elektoralna St., 00-137 Warsaw
Reservations: 22 499-51-78
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