Review: N31 By Robert Sowa
Been there, done it all. That’s Robert Sowa, a national treasure widely hailed for modernizing Poland’s gastronomic sector back in the country’s culinary dark days. A common sight on TV, the chef’s public profile has meant there’s no shortage of bums on seats in his flagship restaurant, but does... Read more
Review: Koko & Roy
Here’s your challenge for the day: seek out as many Poles as you can and then ask them to define American food. Chances are the answers will range from burgers and stretch all the way to more burgers – in a nutshell, it’s a long shot that you’ll hear... Read more
Market Movements

Market Movements

Features 10 November 2017 0

As the legendary BioBazar prepares to temporarily move to pastures new, we take a parting look at this local hero… I wouldn’t normally drink under a tarpaulin, but there’s something magical about seeing in dusk at Alterwina. Redolent of one of Budapest’s ‘ruin bars’, there’s an ad hoc, accidental charm... Read more
Review: Strefa

Review: Strefa

FeaturesReviews 10 November 2017 0

If there’s a dining room in heaven, then it probably looks like Strefa – only marginally less white. Pure and pristine, the swan-like elegance of the interior whispers dignity and decorum. From the first point of entry, it’s a place that achieves every restaurants goal of offering diners that... Read more
Travel: Poznań

Travel: Poznań

Features 9 November 2017 0

Commonly understood as being conventional and conformist, the city of Poznań has discovered a new lust for life… BY ALEX WEBBER | PHOTOS BY ED WIGHT Home & Away Poznań sits 310 km directly west of Warsaw making it an easy three hour drive from the capital. Several trains... Read more
Dino Buddy!

Dino Buddy!

Features 21 October 2017 0

Found on Marszałkowska 41, for the last couple of years artist Mirella Von Chrupek has rented a display box once used by a cobbler to advertise his wares and utilized it to present seasonally changing ‘magical little worlds’. Of the recurring characters to have appeared in this tiny exhibition... Read more
Hala Gwardii

Hala Gwardii

BlogFeatures 15 October 2017 0

Taking its cue from the market places of Lisbon and Marseilles, Hala Gwardii aims to reprise its former pre-war role as the city’s best-known food market. To do so, CBR Events – the building’s operator – have recruited the great (and even greater) of Warsaw’s gastro scene. Set around... Read more
Review: Bazar Kocha
As rain tips down and leaves lose their luster, thoughts turn to what lies ahead: autumn. Will it be damp and soggy? You bet. But the coming weeks also promise a pallet of exquisite colors and vivid sensations. Meticulously in tune with the shifts in the weather, few places... Read more
Warsaw In View

Warsaw In View

Features 10 October 2017 0

For much of his professional life architectural photographer Daniel Ciesielski has dedicated his days and nights to recording the changes to Warsaw’s urban landscape… What skills are essential when photographing architecture? First of all, you’ve got to be physically fit! More seriously, I think that, like all visual arts,... Read more
Green To Warsaw (Part 2)

Green To Warsaw (Part 2)

Features 27 September 2017 0

September doesn’t just mean back to work / school / reality, it also means a new intake of expats taking their first baby steps in the city. So, for the benefit of the greenhorns and rookies, we take a closer look at Warsaw’s greener elements… Click for Part 1…... Read more

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