Locals in Stoke-on-Trent put forward the eatery run by Katarzyna Sitko and Agnieszka Biernat after falling in love with the girls’ Polish specialities including herring, pierogi and gołąbki cabbage rolls, along with home-made desserts and cakes.
Organised by Warsaw's Srodmiescie borough and local entrepreneurs, borough mayor Aleksander Ferens said: "We want to show our gratitude for their huge courage and contribution to building our local identity. We hope that the 'Table for the Insurgent' initiative will help them find a moment of relaxation when walking along their past routes."
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When Feliciano Diaz opened a vegan restaurant in Warsaw three years ago he knew he was taking a step into the unknown. A dedicated vegan with a passion for food and a Polish wife, the Spaniard wanted to bring the spirit of veganism to the Polish capital but knew that the idea of keeping away from meat and dairy foods was still something of a novelty in Poland.