We ate dinner at Gospoda pod Kogutem, a favorite of my boyfriend’s family with good traditional food even though it’s in the more touristy part of Warsaw. I had bigos, or hunter’s stew, which is like sauerkraut cooked in red wine with hunks of meat chopped into it. (This was actually the first Polish food I ever fell in love with here in NYC, so it was neat to eat it in Poland.) My boyfriend’s dad, meanwhile, had this tasty pork knuckle.

We ate dinner at Gospoda pod Kogutem, a favorite of my boyfriend’s family with good traditional food even though it’s in the more touristy part of Warsaw. I had bigos, or hunter’s stew, which is like sauerkraut cooked in red wine with hunks of meat chopped into it. (This was actually the first Polish food I ever fell in love with here in NYC, so it was neat to eat it in Poland.) My boyfriend’s dad, meanwhile, had this tasty pork knuckle.

We ate dinner at Gospoda pod Kogutem, a favorite of my boyfriend's family with good traditional food even though it's in the more touristy part of Warsaw. I had bigos, or hunter's stew, which is like sauerkraut cooked in red wine with hunks of meat chopped into it. (This was actually the first Polish food I ever fell in love with here in NYC, so it was neat to eat it in Poland.) My boyfriend's dad, meanwhile, had this tasty pork knuckle.

We ate dinner at Gospoda pod Kogutem, a favorite of my boyfriend’s family with good traditional food even though it’s in the more touristy part of Warsaw. I had bigos, or hunter’s stew, which is like sauerkraut cooked in red wine with hunks of meat chopped into it. (This was actually the first Polish food I ever fell in love with here in NYC, so it was neat to eat it in Poland.) My boyfriend’s dad, meanwhile, had this tasty pork knuckle.

Photo taken at: Gospoda Pod Kogutem

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