Krakow Street Food

Krakow Street Food, Krakow, Poland (B)

After I travel a while, I get tired of eating every meal at a restaurant, particularly in Europe where the service is slow. I recognize it is slow to allow diners to enjoy their meal, but when I am on my own, sitting around is not my first choice. I’d rather be exploring. As such for the few days I was in Poland, I seeked out some Krakow street food.

Fortunately, I visited during the Christmas markets which made eating street food easier. I picked out a couple of traditional Polish meals. First, Pierogi. 

Once considered a peasant food, pierogi gained popularity among all social classes, including nobles. Now they are considered Poland’s national dish. A pierogi is a noodle dough filled with a savory or sweet filling boiled in water and sometimes fried. 

I visited the Domowe Pierogi stand at the Christmas market and ordered a plate of ten pierogi for 17 zloty (less than $5). I picked five spinach and feta pierogi and five mushroom and cabbage. The young lady at the booth added on a “Ruskie” which is a popular choice! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Krakow Street Food
Guide Location: Poland » Krakow
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Elizabeth Bankhead
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