After arriving at our Airbnb in Krakow (the top floor of a beautifully renovated building with remote-controlled shades over the skylights for $60/night!), we obviously immediately went to eat. Luckily, one of the three Warsztat cafes was right across the street from us, with huge portions of traditional Polish food. I got my first of, like, ten kotlet schabowy, which is a huge pork cutlet that’s been pounded flat, breaded, and fried. Mine came with fried potatoes and apple slaw, and of course I also got pierogies, so when I had ten pounds of leftovers, the restaurant put them in plastic containers and vacuum sealed them for freshness. What?! Poland is amazing.
Photo taken at: Warsztat po Polsku