One of Warsaw’s treasures.
I remember when Boston Port first appeared on Warsaw’s map – I used to live nearby, and every day I went to the VHS rental shop (Yes, yes. It was a long time ago) just next door to get my new “Care Bears” video. At that time I wasn’t very fond of fish, so I didn’t bother entering Boston Port. Since then many things have changed – especially my attitude towards fish and sea fruits (and towards “Care Bears” as well).
As my appetite grew so did the Boston Port – from a little shed to a bigger shed with sheltered garden. It’s still definitely low key – just a small tin shed on a small street on a park’s border. But remember: it doesn’t matter what is on the outside, it’s the inside that counts!
Because inside is another teleport! This time to New England, with its white and blue wooden houses, ocean sounds, and the best clam chowder ever. Boston Port specializes in fish, prawns, mussels, and all sea stuff. They have the best fish soup in Warsaw: thick and rich, with slices of different raw fish put inside. Skip the meat here and focus on fish – they have an unusual selection for Warsaw. Don’t limit yourself to the menu – ask what’s new and fresh today.