There are basically three ways you can experience the Polish dining experience. The cheapest is at one of the surprisingly large number of surviving communist era Milk Bars, which you can read about elsewhere. Then there are the chains of ‘country cottage’ style places which turn out Polish staples of rye soup, stuffed dumplings and heaps of meat and veg in gut-busting portions. The third form is still a relatively new one and involves a growing number of young, world-class chefs using their talents to bring Polish cuisine into the 21st century. We can happily recommend all three forms depending on the occasion. Take a look at the places listed here to give you an idea of which is which.