Warsaw center at night
You may visit Warsaw as a couple, in a group or alone. Maybe you pass by like an arrow, it's a stopover because there is the main airport in the country, and your idea is tour Poland (maybe trying to see wild bison) but Warsaw may be your first contact, or the last of this trip, with Polish cuisine.
Forget the multinational hamburgers and the ubiquitous kebabs (you will have occasion, for hurry or economy, for this) and take note of these three restaurant recommendations for all budgets. Grab your first or last złote (zloty or PLN is the national currency because Poland is too European less to have the euro) and go looking for a table in the Cud Miód, Klubokawiarnia Grawitacja or Dawne Smaki.
After the success of the Cud Miód in the city of Łódź, its owners decided to open another restaurant of the same name in the capital of the country, and they have done so in the same center of the city. The Cud Miód of Warsaw is located a few meters from the Metropol Hotel that I have already talked about and the main train, metro and tram stations (so getting to the restaurant is even easier than finding a cider house in Asturias).
In summer, high tables are installed on the terrace / sidewalk (also for the benefit of smokers), given the good temperatures of Warsaw. The place is accessed through a sales area of products such as cheeses, oils, pasta and vinegars, in case you want to take home something you have tried during dinner (or lunch or breakfast, as they are open all day).
Entrance to the Cud Miód Warsaw Restaurant
Interior Cud Miód Warsaw Restaurant