In terms of food and drink in Zakopane, there’s a lot on offer. With magnificent regional delicacies and plenty of places to find them, you’re in for a real treat during your stay in the city. The surrounding area boasts a selection of popular cuisines that are no doubt bound to impress. Highlander cuisine includes local specialities such as sauerkraut soup, fried trout, red cabbage, pork knuckles and lamb sausage. Amongst other local specialities, visitors will find local cheeses such as “oscypek”, which is a rubbery, salty cheese made of sheep milk and is one of the main specialities of the Podhale region. Unsmoked “oscypek” is white, and the smoked version is dark yellow and goes well with beer. If you want to visit some of the best local restaurants and cafes in the city, head down to Krupowki Street, which is lined with wooden Zakopane-style restaurants and cafes offering popular local delicacies.