Restauracja Pod Samsonem
Warsaw’s major tour operator with morning sightseeing tours (140zł per person) of the city plus trips to Kraków, Gdańsk and Białowieża.
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Restauracja Pod Samsonem information
Situated in the New Town, Pod Samsonem is frequented by locals and tourists looking for inexpensive and tasty Polish food infused with a Jewish flavour – marinated herring, gefilte fish and kawior po żydowsku (‘Jewish caviar’ – chopped chicken liver with garlic).