A cultural melting pot, what Roztocze was like is reflected in the local cuisine. You can see the influences of Old Polish cuisine in it, Ukrainian, Italian, German, Tatar and Jewish. The owners of taverns and restaurants try to refer to this tradition, m.in. zamojskiej „Muzealnej’ zagród „Roztocze” in Obsza i “Guciów”.
Roztocze has always been famous for its excellent honeys. There are over a dozen types of them, min. Bean honey is produced only here. There are villages, in which almost every farmer has his own apiary. The most famous is “Different” in Mokremlip, where you can try honeys and see an open-air museum and a beekeeping museum. Honey from Roztocze can also be purchased at Apiko” (Zamosc, the. Staszica 35) and "Ulik * (Mokrelipie and Zwierzyniec, the. Wachiewska 1).
Traditionally baked bread, You can buy home-made lard and preserves while driving through Guciów.
At Janowskie ,Gryczakach” you can get dizzy from the wealth of groats dishes, not only from buckwheat. However, during the Local Product Festival, held as part of the Hetman's Fair in Zamość, they treat everyone, what may be on the table, including wonderful homemade wines and liqueurs.