There’s a beauty to this restaurant that causes guests to stop a moment and soak it all in. Classy yet discreet, the interiors set art and photography against rehabilitated brickwork while pendant bulbs cast a soft light downwards. The classic cooking has French and Polish accents and has so far won glowing reviews.
That’s specifically true of the mains: high caliber offerings such as beef fillet (zł. 68) with a sensual shallot sauce, mashed potatoes and crunchy onion crisps. Largely perfect, it’s a dish that feels completely right for autumn.
Dessert is a pineapple and passion fruit tartare (zł. 25) served with coconut mousse and vanilla syrup. Sadly, it reads better than it eats: it’s a competent dessert but one that lacks any overt fireworks. Regardless of this, Bez Tytułu is a welcome addition to a street that’s gaining a name among foodies.
ul. Poznańska 16, beztytulu.com
(Words & Food Photos: AW | Cover Photo: Facebook)