Pod Samsonem

A Taste Of Poland’s Jewish Past

Non-Jewish Poles establish Jewish-style restaurants throughout the country.

Staff Writer

Warsaw — At a corner table in the Pod Samsonem restaurant, under framed etchings of the Bible’s Samson and of old Warsaw streetscapes, a middle-aged woman cuts up her “Jewish style” trout one recent evening.

Maria Ryczwolska, left, who is not Jewish, manages Warsaw’s Jewish-style Pod Samsonem restaurant. “How can it not be here?”
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