I love French mornings. That moment when we go downstairs to eat breakfast in a charming hotel, somewhere in the forest above breathtaking Rocamadour, or when we’re on our way to the fair in Moissac and we decide to stop at a local boulangerie and eat croissants, chocolatines or our beloved gourmands with vanilla pudding


Japan. It’s been 3 weeks since we came back, but we still miss it. We miss the taste of its sushi, we miss that ritual when you sit down, put some matcha in your cup, pour hot water over it and wait for the best nigiri in the world. We miss onigiri sandwiches eaten on


Many different words have been said. They said nothing would ever be the same again. Or that we won’t like it at all, because having eaten sushi in Poland, Europe or in the USA, Japan may be a shock. You already know we liked it very much. We loved it, we got addicted to it,


If I were to pick a few words that would sum up our trip to Japan, sushi, ramen, udon, gyoza, shinkansen, tube and matcha would be some of them! Do you know matcha? Have you drank it? Have you eaten it? We discovered matcha in the summer of 2015 in Paris, when we were testing


Finally!!! We made it! 🙂 You just opened our sweetest culinary guide ever! Here you won’t find pizza, pasta, places for lunch or dinner, you won’t find shops with awesome Italian cured meat and aromatic cheeses – you will read about it next time. Now we’re taking you for ice cream. Loooots of ice cream


I love lazy breakfasts in restaurants – I told you about it a million times. When Maks wasn’t born yet, we loved spending our weekend mornings in R20 in Powiśle. It doesn’t exist anymore, but we ate breakfasts, read newspapers and even grabbed lunches there. This is where we went for our first breakfast with


You already know that we love everything Asian… There’s not a week that goes by without Vietnamese soups or sandwiches, without Thai noodles or Chinese dishes. We could eat them forever and we would never get bored… Almost 🙂 Łukasz definitely loves what’s Vietnamese more, I am a worshipper of everything Thai. Yes, yes, when


I’ll be honest with you: there were a few times when we almost got to Senses. It was always around some important occasion, it was always us trying to book a table there and it was always us who were informed that there were not a single table available. We wanted to go there before


Street food is a magnetising part of culinary culture of every place. It’s banal, simple, often prepared in very meager greasy spoons, often deterring because of the lack of hygiene, and yet tempting because of the taste and the aroma. In some countries you may feel like street food rules them and the streets are


It’s very easy to fall into a culinary trap in Zakopane… There are a lot of places where quantity and shafting clients are more important than quality. A lot of places where the staff almost throw your plates on your table to be faster, to get another client, where no deviation from the menu is