If we get a craving, it’s usually for Asian food… We feel like eating pad thai like in Bangkok, delicate dumplings dipped in hot sauce, too spicy Chinese or aromatic Indian food. In the mornings, Łukasz feels like eating Phở that he eats like they do it in Vietnam – for breakfast. I feel like eating


Even though we usually try to visit new places as often as possible and provide ourselves and YOU with new culinary experiences, there are some big and small culinary obsessions we have: places to which we get back and keep eating the same thing. Small addictions that get exchanged for another after a few weeks.


Wólka Kosowska… Chinese centre in Wólka Kosowska. Shopping halls. Have ever been there? Heard about it? I heard about Wólka about 8-10 years ago… A Chinese centre with lots of cheap clothes. When I was still a student, I went there hunting with my friends two or three times. We caught a bus headed towards


Whenever I think about Tricity, Gdynia turns out to be the place that brings fewest positive memories. Always overshadowed by party Sopot and postcard-like Gdańsk. It’s Gdańsk and Sopot I always hurry to. To walk through Monciak boardwalk, eat a waffle with whipped cream and blueberries on the pier, enjoy pad thai in Thai Thai,


Probably everybody in Warsaw knows this place. Everybody who can’t imagine their lives without a nutritious pho soup, fried soy noodles or crispy spring rolls. Everybody who’s looking for real Vietnamese flavours that remind them of the food in Hanoi, Sapa or Ho Chi Minh City. Toan Pho, also known as “Chmielna” since it’s been


A new tapas bar. On ul. Oboźna. Everything that has something to do with tapas, automatically interests me, thanks to my everlasting love for Spain 🙂 Anyone who spent more than a week or two during vacation in Spain knows what I’m talking about. Spanish flavours always remind me of the vibe of the country,


Let’s leave London and its surroundings for a while. Don’t worry we’ll get back to it later on! 🙂 Today we’re going to travel back to Swiss Laax. We already wrote a bit about this place: about Swiss specialties (we LOVE raclette and fondue!) about going skiing with a 2 year old, and about Laax