Yerba Mate tea-house and store.
In Warsaw you will find menus from all over the world. There are large numbers of bars and restaurants run by migrants offering dishes of Vietnamese, Chinese, Tibetan, Indian, Russian or Georgian cuisine. You may feel the unique atmosphere of all these regions, here in Warsaw. Below we present a list of multicultural bars and restaurants.
Yerba Mate tea-house and store.
Located at Muranów Passage, small bar full of unique atmosphere and delicous smells, inviting all to taste traditional dishes like kim chi soup.
The menu offers traditional Japanese Sushi, but also many dishes from China and Thailand.
Another bar moved from 10th-Anniversary Stadium run by Vietnamese family.
This place has many customers who pay regular visits to enjoy pho soups.
Restaurant run by Georgians, often visited by Marcin Meller and Kasia Pakosińska.
In Tbilisi you may try traditional khachapuri, khinkali dumplings or mcwadi shashliks. All with the company of a glass of Georgian wine. The restaurant was founded by famous Mrs. Zina.
Restaurant serving Indian cuisine. Its name refers to the traditional Indian tandoor oven used for baking chapati cakes and roti.
Restaurnat serving traditional Russian dishes like "pielmieni" and tea brewed in samovar in a company of homemade jam.
Vietnamese Restaurant which from time to time transforms into wedding hall for large Vietnamese diaspora living in Warsaw. At that time the Saviour's Square resounds with karaoke, and it is easy to come across guests wearing traditional clothing.
A cafe-club organizing meetings with travelers who share their stories from journeys.
Restaurant serving meat and vegetarian specialties from India.
Multicultural shop selling products and seasonings from Thailand, India, Japan, Spain and Georgia.
Cooking enthusiasts may attend cooking trainings provided by foreigners from all over the world.
Restaurant with specialties from West Africa founded by Polish-Nigerian marriage. The chef of this restaurant, owner?s mother-in-law, has 40 years of experience in gastronomy, and in preparing meals for more than a thousand of guests.
La MaMa organizes events with live music, traditional African dances and photo exhibitions.
Traditional Korean side dish made of fremented vegetables with different spices.
Multicultural place often visited by migrants living in Warsaw
A restaurant where you can smoke Shisha for hours to the sounds of Arabic and Turkish music. You can order a water pipe filled ??with water, milk or even wine. Cinnamon "Smyrna" is one of the favourite flavours of regular visitors.
Momo dumplings, gyathuk soup, and green tea brewed in traditional way are some of the most recommended specialties served by cooks from Nepal, Tibet and Bhutan at Himalaya Momo. Vegetarian-friendly place. The owner is Bhutanese.
The menu is prepared by native Cuban on the basis of an old family recipes.
The restaurant is run by a native Mexican and a dancer from Afro Carnaval group - Angelica Luengas Kalamaga, her husband Michael and Łukasz Klocek - one of the most successful professional bartenders in Poland. In Dos Tacos you can try homemade wheat or corn tortillas made of organic ingridences.
The tastes of the Far East - dishes from Hong Kong.
Senegalese restaurant where you can try specialties such as sweet potato soup, beans donuts or dumplings with vegetable filling while listening to African music.
Traditional Indian food, rich menu with plenty of dishes for vegetarians. The owner of the restaurant Sunil Idnani recommends yogurt-marinated chicken with Indian spices.
Bubble tea is a Taiwanese drink invented in Taichung in the middle of the 80s of the 20th century, usually served with topioca balls or jellies. Well known in Asia, United States and most of the European metropolises.
Vietnamese cuisine in the heart of Warsaw.
On the menu: bubble tea, rice pancakes, Bánh m? sandwiches and Vietnamese coffee.
Bar located in the very centre on Warsaw, serving vegan and vegetarian dishes like tofu, spring rolls and soy-based products.