Polish tea rooms
When you're on a romantic vacation in the Bieszczady mountains, or visiting the Old Town of Gdansk, or on a business trip in Krakow or Lodz, where do you stop for a lovely afternoon tea?
What are your favorite Warsaw tearooms?
What are some of your favorite ways of drinking green tea in Poland in your home city?
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Are there any regular or annual festive events when it is traditional to serve green teas? Do you have any family stories you would like to share about those times?
When do you enjoy drinking these teas? What are the favorite local foods or snacks that you also enjoy during these times?
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This page was last updated by Sharon Jones on March 22, 2013.
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