I had looked for dinners cooked in a family home in Warsaw. I have found through Eataway people who serve family cooking but not Polish dishes. Any thoughts.
I've found Warsaw to be quite a foodie destination and there has been a movement in producing innovative Polish and fusion food. Whilst traditional Polish cuisine can still be found there is plenty of exciting and innovative cooking taking place. This might be the reason you're finding it difficult to find traditional cooking.
We ate at a lovely woman's home through eataway in Kraków. While I wouldn't call it traditional Polish food she served, the apps and dessert were. She served chicken. But the company and the evening was worth it. We were us from the US, 2 from South Korea, and an Englishwoman, plus 2 other Polish woman. I would definitely recommend eataway.
We did Eataway in Warsaw. As others expressed, it was not a typical Polish meal. It was a great meal prepared with local ingredients and the highlight of our week's stay in Poland. Meeting local people and getting time to understand what's important to them was the best thing. I highly recommend it.
Thanks for the info. I am going to a cooking class in Warsaw. We get to eat afterwards- should be fun.