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    Agnieszka I *love* Polish delis. All those picked veggies, tons of sausages, ham, bacon, fish, canned fish, roasted peppers...


    I also go to a Polish bar from time to time and the food is excellent. They have Zywiec Porter, which I think is very very good. And they serve an excellent kabasa. Plus the Polish waitresses are... well, lovely.


    I haven't tried the fish yet. One of the halves is currently defrosting, so I'll taste it soon. I'm optimistic though, because it smells delicious.

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    I cannot knock the waitresses. They alone are worth visiting Polish bars.


    Have you tried the (primal, I think) flaki soup? You must.


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    Ok so I ate half the fish as it was after it defrosted, and I liked it. It wasn't GREAT though, but good enough It wasn't bony either, and the meat was fatty, which is great (omega-3s) and the reason why I chose Mackerel over other types of fish.


    Agnieszka I have never tried the soup. I googled it but didn't get much hits. I also do not recall seeing it in the Polish bar menu. What is it made of?


    Maybe I should hit a Polish restaurant.

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    I think I'll do the same! (re: your last line)


    I'm making myself hungry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flaki.


    Note to self: have mackerel sashimi next time at a Japanese joint.


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