Before Poland and Ukraine were supposed to host the 2012 European football championships, Warsaw’s main stadium was not a football stadium. It was one of Europe’s biggest markets, people from all over Europe and Asia came to this stadium to buy and sell goods.
“Stadion X-lecia” as it was called was also filled with small restaurants and bars. One of these bars was Nam Sajgon, which became very popular as it was always filled with people enjoying Vietnamese dishes.
When they started to rebuild the stadium, everything had to disappear. Fortunately for the south-east-asian food enthusiast, its best restaurant just reopened on Bracka street.
I would certainly recommend the Pho soup (nr 1 on the menu).
Nam Sajgon | Snacks, Restaurants | Main meal PLN 22
Mon – Thu 09:00 – 22:00, Fri – Sat 09:00 – 00:00, Sun 10:00 – 21:00