Chorizo quesadillas and beef tacos with habanero chili salsa.
Locally grown fruits, vegetables and herbs.
Had we been transported back to hipster Brooklyn or some other NYC neighborhood? Nope, we were still in Warsaw.
On Saturday, we discovered a new open-air farmer’s market cum food truck center in Warsaw’s neighborhood of Zoliborz, just a 10-minute bike ride from our apartment. This market, called Only three more weekends to go!
We were surprised to stumble across this market thanks to my daily Warsaw Foodie emails; and, I was in foodie heaven!
We did a quick walk-through to see what food options were available. Ethiopian food, tacos, pierogies, Polish fruit crepes, grilled chicken, roast beef sandwiches, pastries galore and homemade popsicles were some of the options. We selected the Jakie Taco?! food truck at the end of the market for our late-morning breakfast. For dessert later, I had a homemade raspberry and yogurt popsicle.
|Delicious food truck offerings in Warsaw!|
This market definitely catered to the young 20 and 30-something crowd and was family friendly. Toddlers were rolling about on picnic blankets or being pushed in strollers everywhere. I also heard more English spoken here by other foreigners than I have in any other place.
Only two stalls sold fresh fruit and vegetables, but that was all I really needed. We also snagged some fresh ricotta cheese and a jar of those aforementioned goat cheese balls from a local cheesemaker.
|Just a taste of what was available at Targ Śniadaniowy.|
Here's a link to Other markets in Warsaw.