Week 47 – Polish Cuisine


Cuisine: Polish
Restaurant: Daquise
Address: 20 Thurloe street, South Kensington London SW7 2LT

Guests: Patricia, Dave

– Pierogi
– Kaszanka
– Bigos
– Krolik w sosie tymiankowym
– Poledwiczki wieprzowe
– Wild boar goulash
– Naslesniki z serem (2x)
– Cheese cake

– Tyskie
– Zywiec
– Gorzka Zoladkova vodka
– Wiśniówka vodka
– Luksusowa vodka

Bill: £135.30

serving traditional Polish cuisine since 1947, going to Daquise feels like travelling in time, entering an elegant, without being pretentious, restaurant as you could expect them back in Warsaw in the ’50.

Start with the unmissable pierogi (dumplings with a choice of fillings: meat, cheese, potato, cabbage…), continue with a traditional Kaszanka (Polish black pudding) and complete your selection of starters with a tasty portion of bigos (chopped meat stewed with sauerkraut and shredded fresh cabbage).

Mains, mostly served with differently shaped delicious potato dumplings, are assembled directly at the table in front of you: the meat is perfectly cooked but what makes the dishes outstanding are their special sauces:
both the thyme cream sauce that comes with the Krolik (rabbit) and the mustard and honey sauce accompanying the Poledwiczki wieprzowe (pork tenderloins) are so good you may ask an additional portion of bread to mop it up.

Naslesniki z serem, mouth-watering pancakes with cheese and cranberry jam are a perfect dessert, especially when tasted together with a shot of one of the several differently flavoured vodkas.
Polish Cuisine in London: Daquise

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