Bierhalle have 4 locations in the city of which this is the more central. Located on the equivalent of Warsaw’s main street, you’ll find bench seating, generous portions of good food and a tasty range of in-house brewed beers. Match a stein of fresh pils with something from their picture menu which features local favourites like pierogi, pork knuckle and kaszanka (a kind of black pudding) as well as dishes more often associated with Poland’s beer drinking neighbours; German Wurst, Austrian Schnitzel and Hungarian Goulash. Simple, accessible and with regular promotions make this a popular spot. Also at Al. Jana Pawła II 82 (Arkadia), ul. Koszykowa 63 (Hala Koszyki), ul. Marszałkowska 55/73, and in Wilanów at ul. Klimczaka 1.