The Tatar quisine in the Jurta Tatarska Inn

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History, Eat and drink

Discovering places is awesome, but tasting new food is just amazing! In eastern Poland you can get to know the Tatar culture (akin to Turks and Mongols and present here since the 16th century). It's time you try their exotic and delicious cuisine!

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Poland is a country with a long history where diversity has always played an important role. Multiple nationalities have found their home here and Tatars were just one of them. Neighbourhood they generally come from is Kruszyniany. Here you'll find one of two Polish wooden mosques.

Tatars' ancestors speak fluently Polish and they are muslims. They cultivate their religion and tradition (where kitchen plays a significant role). If you'd like to know how it tastes like, visit the Tatarska jurta inn in Kruszyniany. Its housewife - Dżenneta Bogdanowicz - has won many awards for preparing typical Tatar dishes. Their names sound very uncommon, almost exotic: pierekaczewnik, trybuszok, kibina, pieremiacz, cebulnik... In this eatery you're really close to Orient!


It was even Prins Charles himself who visited this place and well... enjoyed tatar delicacies a lot!


How do you get to the Jurta Tatarska inn? It's as easy as pie: take the plane to Warsaw or Olsztyn and rent a car at the airport. You can, of course, take your own car and travel with the ferry to the continent. Book accommodation directly in the nearby city of Białystok. Don't forget to take care of your travel insurance!

Region: Podlaskie.

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