If you thought traditional Polish cuisine was just potatoes, cabbage and cold soups, think again. This winner of a stag do meal is all about hot stews, beautifully cooked meats and wonderful home made dumplings, washed own with oodles of quality beer. All together now: yumsk!
Come with us to a proper Polish restaurant in the middle of Poznan, where the locals love to hoover up classic dishes like kielbasa, smoked cheeses and bigos - an amazingly aromatic stew featuring sauerkraut and sausages. Sides are fragrant with dill and parsley, and you get lashings of mayo and creamy sauces to mop up. Oh, and don't forget the legendary pierogi, which are like tiny toasted sandwiches gone mad. Think dumplings made of bread, baked with hefty helpings of smoked cheese and meat. Yeah, boy.
A stag do can stand or fall by its main meal. It's the one time in the weekend when all the lads are together, and you can introduce different groups of the groom's friends to each other before things get seriously out of hand!
This is where bonds are formed and alliances made. It's also where you get to know the city, and plan your first night of madness. Use our English speaking guide's knowledge of Poznan wisely, and you'll still be partying come sunrise.