Our second starter was the Mexican soup, with black beans and corn and so that makes anything Mexican. Very good!
Vege Miasto's claim to fame is that it's doing traditional Polish food, but all vegan. Well it also has non-Polish food like wok-fried vegetable stirfy (wat) and spaghetti with pesto (huh) but stick to the Polish food since it's such a treat to get it veganized. As we learned when I ate in Beijing by myself that time, I am obsessed with dumplings of all sorts, and that's what pierogi are really, so in honor of the sequel coming out soon and starring CHER, (what), sing it with me "MAMMA MIA (2)! HERE WE GO AGAIN!"
- Vege Bistro: more pierogi and traditional Polish food, veganized!
- Mango Vegan Street Food: the popular burger chain I turned my nose up at earlier but I do want to try it!
- Falafel Bejrut: falafel chain with locations around the city. There's lots of other falafel outlets too, as it should be in every city.
- Hocio Vegan Hot Dog Truck: self-explanatory. I don't even like hot dogs but I'd eat a vegan one from a food truck in Warsaw just to be like whaaaat fuck you Jurgen Stroop!
- Keboom: vegan kebab shop with three locations! What is life
- Krowarzywa: vegan burger joint with three locations! Again I ask you!
- Leonardo Verde: a vegan Italian place with lots of good reviews and pizzaaaa!
So that was my Warsaw visit, and I am now sooo hungry and sooo without anything resembling pierogi. Le sigh. I can't wait to go back. I really loved this city and not just because of the food. I hope you want to go now!
In case you missed it: WARSAW CITY GUIDE