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Indian Stores In Warsaw


iman 15 | 39
11 Feb 2008  #1
Hello Everyone,

I am south asian and will be moving to Warsaw in a few months, and I wanted to know if there are any Indian grocery stores in warsaw. Would appreciate any tips

:)
Thank You.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
11 Feb 2008  #2
I don't know but rather not.
OP iman 15 | 39
11 Feb 2008  #3
Then I'd rather not be bestowed with your ignorance either GZ. You could have just refrained from making an entry if you had nothing to say, but I suppose that's your way of seeking the attention you never get anywhere else.
King Sobieski 2 | 716
11 Feb 2008  #4
how many polish stores in india?

probably the same amount of indian stores in poland.
OP iman 15 | 39
11 Feb 2008  #5
That's some "grand" guess work KING.. :D
finT 12 | 167
12 Feb 2008  #7
Great Indian shop near the corner of Rozana and Kazimierowska in Warsaw. The Indian restaurant by the Barbican also has/had a store but I ain't been to the old town for ages so don't even know if it still there. plus lots of Asian food stores dotted around and a couple of superb Arab food stores. Also a Polish chain called 'Kuchnia Swiata' which imports from all over the world. I love cooking and source these places out
OP iman 15 | 39
12 Feb 2008  #8
Thank you so much Fin T. At last someone who has something useful to contribute.
OP iman 15 | 39
12 Feb 2008  #10
Not serious at all..just guessing ;)
Harry
13 Feb 2008  #11
Kuchnia Swiata has some stuff but a far better choice is Namaste at Nowogrodzka 15. As well as a tiny restaurant (the best Indian food in Warsaw) they have a good selection of Indian essentials.

namasteindia.pl (but they have far more in stock than on the website).
mashu - | 6
13 Feb 2008  #12
dzien dobry ........iman you can visit littleindia.pl all spices & fresh groceries good lock
King Sobieski 2 | 716
13 Feb 2008  #13
Not serious at all..just guessing ;)

just guessing what??
OP iman 15 | 39
13 Feb 2008  #14
Oh my God Harry,Mashu,Fin T I can't thank you enough! This looks perfect, exactly what I was looking for! Once I come to WAW, I'll have you guys over for dinner and cook a scrumpious meal!!!
Eurola 4 | 1,906
13 Feb 2008  #15
I'll expect some of the scrumptious Indian food when i show up in Warsaw on Nowogrodzka, sometimes around May 21st, or 22nd.. :)
Shawn_H
13 Feb 2008  #16
Can you pack me in your suitcase?
Eurola 4 | 1,906
13 Feb 2008  #17
Only if you're under 50 pounds...
davidpeake 14 | 451
14 Feb 2008  #18
mmm yummy, love indian and asian food, might have to get a order delivered down to Wroclaw.
finT 12 | 167
14 Feb 2008  #19
Oh my God Harry,Mashu,Fin T I can't thank you enough! This looks perfect, exactly what I was looking for! Once I come to WAW, I'll have you guys over for dinner and cook a scrumpious meal!!!

Yep Man! Sounds good, how about starting a dining evening? Something like once a month, food from different countries? Just a thought.
ksanjay 1 | 22
14 Feb 2008  #20
This "Namaste India" mentioned by Harry is really gud. I have bee to a couple of Indian restaurant (maharaja, indian curry) here in warshaw but this namaste India has the most delicious Indian food (even when compared to restaurants back in India).

It is a tiny little restaurant probably more of a "take away".
Since december I am going there atleast once a week, Rest of the days I am relying on my own cooking skills :).
ranjit 1 | 11
14 Feb 2008  #21
there is an online shop called little india I think that they have a store and restaurant in warsaw also. I will be starting an online shop selling goods and foods from india out of Jelenia Gora in a few months
Harry
14 Feb 2008  #22
It is a tiny little restaurant probably more of a "take away".

Yes it is tiny! Two tables and seats for six people.

The best way to get food from Namaste is to phone your order in before you leave home because it usually takes 20 to 40 minutes for them to cook it.

They sometimes deliver but only to the city centre and only if you spend more than 50 zloty.

Glad I could help you iman.
ksanjay 1 | 22
14 Feb 2008  #23
Harry you really seem to have good info about Indian store and Indian restaurants here in Warshaw :).
Are you polish? (Just out of curiousty :).
OP iman 15 | 39
14 Feb 2008  #24
Fin T, that's a great idea!!

This is for EVERYONE. Since one of the things I do, is event planning, (quite big in the USand UK) I was anyway thinking of setting up a few things and sending out invites. I'll be in WAW by the end of next month and would love some input from members here...We could definitely have a dinning evening like FIN suggested, and to make things interesting we could do something monthly with different themes according to people's interests/liking. Not sure what kind of response we may get, but will definitely try and set something up...

Thanks everyone, for your suggestions on the stores. Its great to see such wonderful people out there, can't wait to come :)
Harry
15 Feb 2008  #25
Harry you really seem to have good info about Indian store and Indian restaurants here in Warshaw :).
Are you polish? (Just out of curiousty :).

Not Polish, just been here a long time and know the city very well (I used to write ten reviews a month about restaurants and bars for a magazine here and my guidebook to Warsaw is being published by Thomas Cook Publishing next month).
ksanjay 1 | 22
15 Feb 2008  #26
Great. I am employed with a company whose travel arrangements are contracted to Thomas cook (New Delhi). May be next time I can request them for one of your guidebook :).
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Feb 2008  #27
Ksanjay, bless ur nation for producing such tasty food!! I like every type of curry from the mild ones to the spicy ones. Dhansak, Rogan Josh, Balti, Pasanda, Korma, Madras, Ceylon and, well, Vindaloo although it kills me. I'd love to eat pappadums again and nan bread. HEAVENLY!!
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
15 Feb 2008  #28
Mmm garlic naan and Tika masala :)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
15 Feb 2008  #29
Now ur talkin!! Tikka Masala is a gift from God himself. Laden with calories but damn fine on the taste buds
jonni 16 | 2,485
15 Feb 2008  #30
Namaste on Nowogrodzka, which Harry mentions, is a good shop and the food is delicious. The only problem with it is that it's rather small with space only for 6 people to sit and eat. Every time I've been there, the shop has been full - which is of course a good sign.

There's also a reasonably big Indian food shop which Warsaw's Indian expat community use, in Raszyn, about 3 miles from the centre of Warsaw. The Indian Embassy and Indian Cultural Association should have details about it, but it isn't hard to find - just off the main road by the crossroads before the church and manor house. Polna Market, on Polna Street also has some stalls selling Indian products, but is quite expensive.

If you're frm India, and coming to Poland, it's worth visiting Raszyn, which has a small Indian community and various shops and restaurants.

Good Luck.


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