After an evening exploring the nightlife, you often feel in need of a snack, and as the saying goes, “when in Rome… ” Traditional dishes to try include zapiekanka and pierogi. Zapiekanka is a large, open baguette with hot toppings. Most popular are cheese and mushrooms, smothered in sauces such as tomato ketchup and garlic sauce. This is one of the most popular takeaway foods in Poland, and stalls can be found most evenings in the busy market places. You should also try pierogi, which comes in both sweet and savoury flavours. They are a kind of stuffed dumpling, with flavours such as potato and cheese, meat, cabbage, or fruit.