Radio Cafe: Old Fashion Spot with Polish Food

Radio Cafe is a small, cozy Polish restaurant decorated in a classic style. It`s owned by Stanisław Prószyński, a journalist and reporter born in 1935 who worked for Radio Free Europe. Mr Stanisław likes to be here and he often talks with clients. The restaurant is famous for its incredible homemade pierogi.

Radio Cafe serves delicious pierogi in different ways: with sauerkraut and mushroom, minced meat, potato and cotage cheese (“Ruskie”) or spinach. I know boiled ones are probably more healthy, but I prefer to have them fried (ask the waiter if he or she doesn`t give you a choice).

If you want to try something different, try the Grilled sausage with fried onions (very classic and simple dish) or more fancy – Roasted duck with apples. Radio Cafe serves also an “all you can eat” breakfast buffet.

Address: Nowogrodzka 56 Street, Warsaw