The Growing Popularity of Polish Food in London

Polish food has never been more popular in London. “Fancy a Polish” is becoming a buzzword as it did for Indian food previously.

Many Polish restaurants and delis have opened since Poles started arriving in large numbers in 2004.

Supermarkets stock an abundance of Polish foods, and even in small corner shops you will find pierogi, golabki, or pasztet.

Some of the most popular Polish food in London today are:

Pierogi dumplings that can be filled with cabbage or mushroom, or even strawberries.

Schabowy, which are breaded pork cutlets served with mash potato and beetroot salad.

Bigos, which is a stew of cabbage and meat.

Barszcz Czerwony, which is a beetroot soup served with mash potato and bacon.

It’s not only the large Polish community that is helping to promote the popularity. ¬†British people are absorbing and appreciating its rustic nature, which is similar in many ways to traditional British food.

Polish food is thriving and now competes with the very best world cuisines you can find in cosmopolitan London today.

If you are looking for great tasting Polish food in London, check our online menus, or you can contact us via our website.