IS POLISH FOOD GOOD?! Krakow Food Tour – EatPolska Poland | Travel Vlog 2018

IS POLISH FOOD GOOD?! Krakow Food Tour – EatPolska Poland | Travel Vlog 2018


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  3. I think that you should try this soup served in classic way – which is simply served in bread;) Impressions are way better;)

  4. You should visit Poznan to eat best cousine in Poland. That's a "capital" of restaurants here. We have the most of them in whole country. The town with the largest selection of food.

  5. W takim małym kieliszku😁co to za wódka skoro taka słaba?Może dodali wody……To że smakowało wcale mnie nie dziwi…..mamy najlepsze żarcie pod słońcem 😁na zdrowie i smacznego😁👍

  6. I can't meet U 🙁 I have my own home plz visit me with your beautifull smile 🙂 sorry for my broken english I m an idiot ;/I Beg U plz heklp me … find a possitive ppl 🙂 I will hug U My broken english oh I ms sooo stupid…

  7. Niezła beka, pokazała im zapiekanki, żurek, obwarzanki i skasowała za to pieniądze. To tak jakby Polak pojechał do Indii i zapłacił za "przewodnik" po budach z curry, kurczakiem tandoor i chlebkiem naan.

  8. Może się nie znam w końcu żyję w Polsce tylko od urodzenia ,ale jeśli mówimy o polskich potrawach to gdzie pierogi, barszcz i najważniejsze co jadł każdy z nas kotlet schabowy z surówką? Myślę że są to potrawy od których należałoby zacząć.

  9. can you go to Trojanów? There is a huge park named "Farma Iluzji" There are like vortex tunnel rotating house and stuff like that. I don't want to spoiler because I want to see your reaction on it

  10. I don't know if anybody mentioned it here (so many comments!) but the local traditional bread you were eating is not similar to bagel. It is bagel. "The first known mention of the bagel, in 1610, was in Jewish community ordinances in Kraków, Poland." – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagel

  11. Polish cuisine died in 1939, today Poles have no idea what their ancestors ate, especially those from the middle class and aristocracy. What is considered a classic today are peasant dishes deformed by the pernament crisis of the years of communism.

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