After Japanese sushi, Turkish kebabs and Chinese rice, another specialty captured the hearts of many Poles. Poland is undoubtedly a global village and our cuisine is being gradually replaced by dishes from different regions of the world. This time it is an European dish that took over our hearts, souls and stomachs. Delicious, crispy Belgian fries. Once I heard about them, I couldn't miss the chance to taste something new;)
I must admit, I am among those Poles whose hearts has been stolen for those tasty snacks. There are many shapes and sizes to choose from:
A large selection of sauces gives the fries distinctive and unique taste.
I'm a massive fan of the traditional, thick Belgian fries and Bicky sauce.
I'm Polish and I love Belgian snacks. As a local, I'd really recommend Fabryka Frytek to you.
Especially to those who aren't willing to taste our local cuisine (yeah, I've met people who didn't want to try our cuisine because the name sounded too strange for them) and prefer to eat something "reliable" and known.
The portions are really big and will fill your stomach quickly. Another advantage: they're quite cheap, perfect for low-budget travelling:)
Convinced? The Fries' Factory is in the very centre of Warsaw. 3 Złota street. Very close to Metro Centrum, a walkable distance (around 7min)