Warsaw

Chłopskie Jadło

If you’ve been dying to try Poland’s traditional lard spread called smalec then this is your place. A nationwide chain devoted to serving rustic Polish food from the countryside, Chłopskie Jadło dishes up heaping portions of meat and pierogis on wooden slabs, with a dish of smalec and wedges of bread complimentary. The décor is country farm kitsch, with strings of hams and ancient machinery dangling from the walls. Slide onto a wooden bench (avoiding the decorative rusty saw) and start with local soups served inside a loaf of bread before loosening the belt and working through homemade dumplings and shanks of meat served by staff that appears as if they’ve just finished milking cows. A winning intro to Polish food.

Amenities

Credit Cards
Air-conditioning
Child-friendly
Facilities for disabled
Takeaway
Dogs Allowed

Website

Open

Open 12:00 - 24:00, Sun 12:00 - 22:00.

Price/Additional Info

(18-56zł)

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02.12.2008
Roger Saunders

I do not agree at all, it is OK but no more, you guys go way over the top.
11.09.2008
Jennifer Fell

This is a great place. We loved Chlopskie Jadlo or however you say it. The people were nice, friendly and even encouraged our bog standard attempts at Polish.... and the food was mammoth. It helps that you are on holiday when you start eating this stuff. They also give you two pots of dips and bread to eat when you've ordered so you get even more food. Especially when you find out that one of the pots is full of smalec fried lard stuff...! Strangely so tasty!
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