Folk Gospoda

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13 Waliców, Warsaw, Poland - 22 890 16 05

Folk Gospoda Warsaw Reviews

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75 reviews
Sep 11, 2007
Gospoda is "inn" in Polish, and this restaurant, in the center of Warsaw creates the atmosphere of a country inn with country style decorations, hewn wooden beams and rough wood walls with designs painted on them. The background music is normally Polish folk music although there is often live music which can be quite entertaining (but can make conversation at the table difficult). The restaurant has a pleasant outdoor terrace when weather permits and this is a nice place for a summer meal. The outdoor terrace is also more conducive to conversation when there's live music.

The menu is very large and covers a wide range of Polish specialties, from Smalec (a spread for bread made with pork fat, herbs and spices) to Pierogi (Polish dumplings filled with meat, saurkraut and mushrooms, potato and cheese, etc.) Their Zurek (a soup made from soured rye flour) is very good.

When in Warsaw, this is a good place to go for some traditional Polish food in pleasant surroundings. The price is about 60 PLN per person depending upon what you drink with your meal. The service is generally pretty good and you're usually (but not always) greeted by someone at the door when you arrive. I've been there five or six times and have had good luck with service except for when they were extremely busy when it was pretty slow. Most of the waiters that I have encountered speak English, and the menu is also available in English.

Something to be aware of when in Poland is that many restaurants add a tip to the bill. Folk Gospoda does this, so check your bill and keep that in mind before leaving any additional gratuity.
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