Tuesday, 13 February 2018

EATING VEGAN IN WARSAW | POLAND


Vegan Bistro
This café was three minutes away from where we were staying and it was honestly, a blessing. They had juices, smoothies, traditional polish food made vegan, cakes, hot drinks and so much more. The staff were incredibly kind every time we went in, and the place itself is very cosy and kooky, just how I like it. I wouldn't recommend the cakes as, I bought two there and they looked far better than they tasted. However, I would recommend the noodle dish, the soya cutlets and the three dip chips. The guacamole was amazing! 


Vegan Mango
This Café was very cool, with lots of vegan mango items on the menu. There was mango smoothies, mango shakes, mango cakes, mango curries and everything was the colour of a mango. My Dad would have loved the place as he was obsessed with mangos! I got the mango lemonade and my friend got the mango smoothie, and to be honest, they were exactly the same. 

Vegamiastro
I got a potato dish here and it was just A-mazing. It had cashew cheese, and yeast flakes for a nutty effect. It was so flavoursome and comforting and I think I need to make something similar today now I am writing about it. Anyone that knows me, knows that I am in love with potatoes, so it was right up my highway! :-) My friend got a cake from the varied selection of beautiful cakes they had on offer and honestly, it was the most precious cake I have ever tried. A luxurious, creamy strawberry cheesecake. Obviously I washed my bit down with a lovely cuppa' tea and oat milk! The staff were all quirky and friendly, and I felt right at home in this little place too.



Nancy-Lee
I have saved the best until last, Nancy-lee was my favourite. It's actually the best café I have found in a while, and I promise it has nothing to do with the cute guy I fancied that worked there! Ha-ha. The menu was just incredible, with lots of things I haven't yet had the chance to try out. From chickpea omelettes, to coconut bacon, to a seitan BLT and jackfruit breakfast. It was amazing. I didn't end up getting a cake in Nancy-lee, which I was kind of sad about because they looked wonderful, but they had a great selection on offer. My friend got the pancakes one morning and they were just amazing too, really delicious and well-made. I didn't even particularly like Warsaw, and in all honestly, I would go back just for Nancy-Lees! 


I am going to be honest here and let you know that the food was my favourite thing about the Poland trip, other than that, I really wasn't a fan. I am glad I had such a wonderful culinary experience though and look forward to recreating some of the recipes I have learned about in these places - there's always a positive to be found in any situation! 

Peace Out Potatoes! xo
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