You can buy every type of kielbasa imaginable, as well as kabanosy and other sausages, from several different vendors.
The Meat Counter
Need some tongue or salami? The choice of cold cuts is seemingly endless.
One vendor specializes in farmer's cheese dusted with black pepper, paprika, or other spices.
Herring, or śledź, is a Polish staple. These shiny fresh herring are typically served in a creamy sauce with bread.
There are several fishmongers to choose from in the Market Hall, and most of them carry a large selection of smoked fish, like trout.
Several deli counters sell pierogi for cooking at home. The most popular flavors are cabbage and mushroom and potato and cheese. This vendor also sold a spinach variety.
The Produce Market
Produce is sold on the street level, right next to the Market Hall.
During the fall, mushrooms pop up all across Poland after cool rains.
The broad centers of sunflowers are harvested and sold at markets for their seeds.
Walnuts in their shell are an autumn staple.
Piles of smooth hazelnuts in their shell were everywhere, too.
There are tiny plums at markets and restaurants everywhere in Poland during early autumn.
Small green pears proved another popular fall fruit.
Dill might be the most common herb in Polish cuisine. The feathery plant grows tall with little yellow flowers.