Typically, people in Poland eat their breakfast at home, preferring to hit the bars and cafes for lunch or dinner. However, for some time now, heading out for a morning meal has been a popular choice, particularly in cities like Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk. Here, we delve into the cobblestone maze of streets that is the capital’s Old Town, to find you the best breakfasts in town.
Fret@Porter is a favorite meeting place of Polish artists, politicians and journalists, where traditional Polish fare is served. However, those who prefer other cuisines will not be disappointed, since the restaurant shows great flexibility in terms of its menu and offers oodles of international choices. Fret@Porter is located in one of the beautiful town houses of the neighborhood, with an elegant interior and a small art gallery to boot. Live music concerts are not uncommon and in the summer season the restaurant opens its terrace full of colorful flowers for customers to enjoy.
Address: Fret@Porter, Freta 37, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 635 20 55
To Lubię is a small, cozy café and tea house located in a beautiful tower of Warsaw’s Dominican Church, serving breakfasts and delicious desserts. The motto on the counter, ‘Life is short, eat cookies’ speaks for itself, and those who love sweets will be in heaven with all the tarts, pies and cakes that this kitchen turns out daily. The atmosphere is homey with friendly service and a warm interior that’s laden with pretty decorations and flowers.
Address:To Lubię, Freta 10, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 63 59 023