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Where can I buy cast iron pans (żeliwne patelnie) in Poland?


dhrynio 5 | 97
13 Oct 2011  #1
I found some online, but they are either SKEPPSHULT or Le Creuset...wow the price is just killing me. Anywhere maybe in Warsaw?
hythorn 3 | 580
13 Oct 2011  #2
I think I might have seen some in IKEA

I bought a cooks knife there several years ago and it is much better than my Sabatier
Olaf 6 | 956
13 Oct 2011  #3
Almost any decent shop with shuch kitchen utensils. Try big malls or Bomi, Alma Piotr & Pawel.
gumishu 11 | 5,012
13 Oct 2011  #4
I found some online, but they are either SKEPPSHULT or Le Creuset...wow the price is just killing me. Anywhere maybe in Warsaw?

what do you actually need an cast iron pan for? isn't aluminium stuff more useful
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
13 Oct 2011  #5
what do you actually need an cast iron pan for?

they are great for meat and anything else. The only problem is cleaning, but the pork chop on cast iron pan will keep its juice in. I cook lots of things with it, I even bake bread in it. Also, it last a long time. I have the cheap version and I love it.
Polsyr 6 | 769
13 Oct 2011  #6
Cast iron pans are the best, and worth the cost, weight and added cleaning effort. Nothing delivers heat as consistently and evenly as cast iron.

It makes even fried eggs taste special :)
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
13 Oct 2011  #7
There's an excellent cookware shop on ul. Swietokrzyszka, the bit between Marszalkowska and Emillii Plater. They have cast iron pans, plenty of Le Creuset stuff etc. Just north of the Palace of Culture.
Polsyr 6 | 769
13 Oct 2011  #8
ul. Swietokrzyszka, the bit between Marszalkowska and Emillii Plater

Is this the part of the street which is torn up for the new metro project? I think I need to give this a look...
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
13 Oct 2011  #9
I'm not sure which bit they're diggibg up now, but it's the bit due north of PKiN. Very good shop.

The best cast iron pan I've ever had came from a rubbish bin - I was just putting the rubbish out (in Warsaw) and noticed it had been put there to be thrown away. Perfect condition, really heavy and best quality. I still have it today. Whoever threw it out probably replaced it with something trashy.
Polsyr 6 | 769
13 Oct 2011  #10
came from a rubbish bin

Lucky catch eh!
OP dhrynio 5 | 97
13 Oct 2011  #11
The best ones are old ones handed down through the generations. I so wish I could bring my grandmothers here!
PWEI 3 | 612
13 Oct 2011  #12
Is this the part of the street which is torn up for the new metro project? I think I need to give this a look...

Yes, there. The bit between Emilii Plater and Marszalkowska.
Polsyr 6 | 769
13 Oct 2011  #13
Thanks PWEI...
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,445
14 Oct 2011  #14
The best cast iron pan I've ever had came from a rubbish bin - I was just putting the rubbish out (in Warsaw) and noticed it had been put there to be thrown away. Perfect condition, really heavy and best quality. I still have it today. Whoever threw it out probably replaced it with something trashy.

it is a good story, because my uncle in Canada got himself one the same way lol. They last forever!!!!!!

The best ones are old ones handed down through the generations. I so wish I could bring my grandmothers here!

true, but let the OP find his own;)
pip 10 | 1,661
14 Oct 2011  #15
there is a shop in fashion house in piaseczno- or there was across from the almi decor. they used to have some- same with the auchan in piaseczno. but I haven't been to fashion house in ages so I don't want to reccommend you there and the shop is gone!
Polsyr 6 | 769
14 Oct 2011  #16
fashion house in piaseczno

That is walking distance from me... I never noticed!
OP dhrynio 5 | 97
14 Oct 2011  #17
true, but let the OP find his own;)

LOL...I am the OP!
wielki pan 2 | 250
14 Oct 2011  #19
found some online, but they are either SKEPPSHULT or Le Creuset...wow the price is just killing me. Anywhere maybe in Warsaw

I think its a world wide problem finding a decent fry pan, I have come to the conclusion that the best fry pan is the De Buyer mineral B pan (made in France) there cheaper than most non stick pans which are just rubbish and overpriced..check it out


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