Polish delis and eateries are springing up all over the place, and York’s very own representative is really rather good. Those looking for something casual should forego the generic sandwich options, and head straight for indigenous dishes including gołabki (cabbage leaves stuffed with spicy minced pork and rice), pierogi (pan-fried beef and cheese dumplings) and unpronounceable specialities such as zawijaniec (pancakes stuffed with buckwheat and vegetables, topped with mozzarella). Alternatively, take a seat in the rustic restaurant area and order szwajcar (fried pork loin filled with ham and Swiss cheese) or roladki wołowe (beef rolls stuffed with dill and served in creamy mustard sauce). Yes, the food is on the heavy side, but considering York’s whip-like winter wind and sideways rain, it’s better for it. A gem.