but I cannot swallow traditionnal fare: no taste, only starches (potatoes, cabbage, flour), limited number of ingredients, lack of colors (all is greyish/brownish - exactly like on the pictures; believe me food ought to be attractive), of vitamins, cut into tiny pieces that often look like vomit).
So what exactly have you been eating then? Because I don't really recognise a lot from your description. Seriously.
Polish cooking is that of a poor country with difficult climate and therefore limited resources so it is very basic and therefore not recognized as good.
A popular misconception (rather like the one about English cuisine - what most English people call their cuisine is only the sad remnant of a great culinary tradition, alas!).
Start travelling and you'll realize that Polish cooking is not liked by those not originating from Poland.
I have travelled quite a lot. I've lived in India for a stretch, and I've been to Germany, Denmark, and the Netherlands, apart from being half Czech and now living in the UK ;-)
PS: because it is Polish, do we have to think and say it's top???? ;)
I never said it was "top". What I am trying to say is that you have probably been eating badly cooked and unimaginative meals, and I am seriously curious as to what these were / are. You must at least admit that Polish soups are divine! Even my mother (Czech) admitted that! ;-)