When in Poland! Give their traditional cuisine a shot and you'll be pleasantly surprised. Add a traditional Polish meal to the second night of a Gdansk stag weekend and refuel ready for round two. Toast the groom, enjoy two beers each, and tuck into man-size portions of tasty food that'll see you right for the rest of the night. Polish vodka is like rocket fuel. You'll need a decent meal to survive a night out. Gdansk gets lighter nights in summer so the party doesn't even start 'til around 10pm. You'll have plenty of time to eat before you get on the beers.
There's alot more to Polish cuisine than cabbage. It basically revolves round meat, potatoes and cheese, which is exactly what you want when you're about to go out drinking. Start your two or three-course meal with soup and work your way up to a hearty main course.
Check out the national dish - bigos. It's a slow-cooked hearty hunter's stew made with beef, pork or game and lots of fresh veg. That's just one of the dishes you might get as part of a traditional meal. Pork schnitzel are very popular, as are buttermilk mashed potatoes and little dumplings.
This takes the hassle out of arranging a big meal for a group. A table will be reserved for your stag party. Everyone eats the same thing and pays the same price, which makes life far easier. Eat, drink and then hit the bars.
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