I must agree with NMP with the food thingy. Not enough variation in Poland, everything was a little bland (not the cakes though) and the cheeses should technically never be called cheese. Buy gouda...taste's of plastic factory cheese as it hasn't been allowed to mature. Buy Edamski...tastes of gouda, buy any cheese and it will all taste of gouda. Im sure its the same farmer making it all :)
Ok, I see where you are coming from, there is a lack of excitability of "exotic" foods, especially spicy but when it comes to fresh produce from the farm, Poland gets it.
I always remember being in a Tesocs in London looking at the row of carrots, they were all the exact same shape, thickness and length, they had a funny orangeish look to them, they didn't look real but like cartoon carrots, if you know what I mean.
I miss smelly cheeses on occasion, I can get them here but not as acessable.
Never been in a Polish pub
Have you ever been to Poland?