10 of the best Polish first date restaurants

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Polish first date restaurants

Looking for an authentic Polish meal for your first date with that special someone? Here are ten first date restaurants serving the very best in Polish cuisine

Autograf

488 West Green Road, London, N15 3DA

Autograf offers generous portions, fresh ingredients and traditional Polish recipes. It’s famous for offering some of the best Polish food outside of Warsaw, so make sure you book ahead.

Kuchnia

226 Beverley Road, Hull, HU5 1AH

When it comes to first date restaurants, a relaxed venue is essential. Luckily, Kuchnia has just the right atmosphere to get the conversation going. They also have an impressive range of dishes – the placek and pierogi are particularly tasty.

My Place

57 Broadway, Cardiff, CF24 1QE

My Place boasts a unique menu. Try the rye soup with smoked sausage and Silesian potato dumplings. Also with most of the main courses costing around £8, it’s a really affordable restaurant. Perfect for a first date!

The Karczma

Polish Millennium House, Bordesley Street, Birmingham, B5 5PH

Despite being not much to look at from the outside, Birmingham’s The Karczma transforms once you’re inside. With a thatched straw ceiling and murals adorning the walls, you could be forgiven for thinking you’d wandered into a cosy mountain cottage. The food is just as impressive with the delicately-made pierogi a customer favourite.

Barbakan

58 Walmgate, York, YO1 9TL

This characterful café is well worth trying to squeeze into on the busiest of days. The food is expertly cooked, whether you opt for a main meal or just want coffee and cake. It’s also worth trying one of their selection of Polish beers.

Lavenda

28 High Street, Worthing, BN11 1AQ

A favourite with Polish people in the area, Lavenda offers authentic cuisine at very reasonable prices. The potato pancake with beef goulash is well worth a taste as is the traditional Bigos (beef stew).

A Taste of Poland

229 Filton Avenue, Horfield, Bristol, BS7 0AY

Tucked away in a small strip of shops in the suburbs of Bristol, Smak Domu (A Taste of Poland) serves up only the best in Polish cuisine. Everything is made using authentic recipes and methods, and the portions are so generous you’ll find it hard to clear your plate.

Gdanska

1 Hoghton Place, Southport, PR9 0TE

At Gdanska, the food is not only delicious but is also presented beautifully. The selection of stews, goulashes and Schnitzel will not disappoint. Don’t forget to try one of the flavoured vodkas to finish your meal.

Little Poland

1-5 Russell Street, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 5JF

A favourite with all who visit, Little Poland delivers excellent food and great service every time. It also has a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere – ideal for a first or second date.

Polonia Club

231 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, CB4 1AS

If you want to impress your date, why not take them to a Polish dining club? Polonia Club serves a great selection of dishes with lots of options for vegetarians. It’s simple to become a member and the atmosphere will not disappoint.

For more information on Polish dating, check out our related posts:

Polish dating: difficulties of dating in a new country

10 phrases to impress your Polish date


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