The Przegryź (“Snack on”) is definitely a local restaurant. It`s owned by a famous Polish journalist – Piotr Najsztub. The restaurant is located in a very chic area of Warsaw`s downtown. It`s decorated in a modern style with an original mozaic from the 1930s on the floor.
Pierogies in Przegryź are great, they all have very thin dough which is very important. They are stuffed with very tasty meat or sauerkraut. The menu in Przegryź changes, right now you can also have pierogies with goose, my favorite. It`s not very common to find them in restaurants. If you like soups, you should certainly try the Rosół (chicken, duck or goose soup) which is a very popular soup in Poland and here it`s really delicious. If you are fed up with pierogies, try a cult Polish meal that I loved when it was made by my mom when I was a child – Ground pork with mashed potatoes and beetroot (Mielone z puree ziemniaczanym i buraczkami). It`s one of the most popular dishes in Przegryź.
Przegryź, Mokotowska 52 Street, Warsaw
Phone: +48 22 621 71 77