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Secrets of Polish milk bars

Walking along a street you start to feel hungry and spot a sign “Bar mleczny” (Milk bar). After getting inside you can see an old fashioned interior – little tables with a plastic checked cloth and fake flowers in vases. You sit down and wait for the service. A mixture of various aromas immediately reaches your nose. Smells nice but how to match it with a long list of dishes on the wall? Never mind, you will ask a waiter when he comes. But hold on… where are actually all those fancy dressed waiters competing with each other to get to your table first…? You’d better get on your feet, grab a Polish-English dictionary and find your place in the queue to the counter! You are in a Polish milk bar! Milk bars are the true remains of Polish 1960s, 70s and 80s. They function thanks to the governmental donations and the help from city authorities that provide the premises, water and electricity for free. Almost unchanged from the day they appeared in inter-war period, they still attract many visitors, who are either hungry, short of money, curious or all at once. For less than 10zł you can get a traditional soup and the second dish. It’s no surprise the place is very popular among students. Music: „Międzynarodówka”, „Never Heard a Rhyme Like This Before” by scottaltham, „Poisonous (ft. Admiral Bob)” by Scomber „Takin Yo Time ( The Wingman Mix ) (ft. Brad and Audiotechnica)” by Loveshadow

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