Construction of St Johns Cathedral began in 1390. It is one of Warsaws most ancient and important buildings.
Food of Warsaw
The food of Poland in general was initially dubbed as being boring for its low levels of innovation. However, that was long ago and things have changed now. In Warsaw, you can indulge in several different kinds of food, thanks to the number of restaurants lining the city. From Italian restaurants to adorable caf_s, sushi bars and takeaways, the capital of Poland has it all! Signature Polish dishes to taste include Peirogi, Ruskie and Bigos.¾
Food for Indians in Warsaw
For vegetarians, Warsaw has quite a lot of options. Mr.India is one such restaurant that offers North Indian and South Indian dishes, like garlic naan and masala dosa. Krowarzywa Vegan Burger is another option for a delicious and healthy veg/vegan burger. Bombaj Masala, Curry House, Veg Deli and Namaste India (for Jain food) are some other options for vegetarians.¾
Places To Visit In Warsaw