Polish dishes are rich, substantial and offer a great variety. The world’s chefs agree that it is difficult to determine the origins and uniqueness of Polish dishes. They are all a result of historical changes, and repeated invasions, in the country, which had great influence on culinary fashion. In turn, medieval chronicles describe Polish cuisine as spicy, based on meat and grain. Hence, in comparison with other European kitchens, Polish cooks favour spices, especially pepper, nutmeg and juniper. Today, typical traditional dishes of Poland are Flaki, Macznaka and Salceson, which you can try in any restaurant of the country.