Review: Curry Leaf
A Passage To India Bielany’s Curry Leaf offers a direct line to Asia…                 The Place Bielany is no stranger to Indian food, but with the existing competition limited to the excellent but basic-looking Curry House (yes, them of outdoor loo fame),... Read more
Review: Pardon To Tu
Back and better than before, the legendary Pardon To Tu reopen for business… What You Missed Pardon To Tu: remember them? Regarded as one of Warsaw’s most experimental live music venues, its closure at the start of 2017 was a kick in the crackers for the city’s alternative ‘night... Read more
Review: Lunapark
Lazy days and crazy nights at the biggest hit of the summer so far… What Is It? Put simply, the most imaginative F&B concept that Warsaw’s ever seen. Set in an abandoned outdoor leisure complex running to the flank of a busy highway, dip down a concrete stairwell to... Read more
Born From Scratch!
Freshly established as Warsaw’s new Central Business District, Wola’s eastern flank has now also emerged as one of the most enviable postcodes to live in. Katarzyna Kajak of the 19. Dzielnica project reveals the inside story behind Warsaw’s largest new housing development… Location, Location, Location Cliché it might be,... Read more
40 Things that Scream Warsaw summer!
Party… On A Rooftop Did someone say party? Join the glitterati to boogie under (and with) the stars at The View, a 30th floor club filled with champagne swilling hotshots and pneumatically enhanced beauties. Closer to ground level, the 4th floor Sen (shown above) has maneuvered itself to the top... Read more
Through Thick And Finn
The incredible story of Warsaw’s ‘Finnish Houses’… By Alex Webber (Aerial Photograph by Mateusz_Potempski, All others by Kevin Demaria) It is a scene of pastoral bliss in its purest form: birds chirrup and squirrels dart from thick vegetation. Set amid tight, tree-lined tracks, small wooden cabins appear from the... Read more
From The Streets

From The Streets

Features 5 April 2019 0

Fresh from their international travels, the Republic ¥ art movement returns to Warsaw with style to spare…   A preposterous, self-invented parallel world inhabited by monsters and other creatures of the imagination, Republic ¥ is the country you’ve never visited, and Dawid Majgat its vagabond-at-large and diplomatic voice. “It’s... Read more
Look To The Future
News that one of the planet’s top architects is set to build in Warsaw has caught the city’s imagination… One of the world’s leading architectural firms is set to revive a decrepit corner of Warsaw as part of a project funded by EPP and Echo Investment. Already known for... Read more
Well Bronzed

Well Bronzed

Features 29 March 2019 0

A giant bronze sculpture by Poland’s most valuable female artist has left officials at the Palace of Culture & Science brassed off after going under the hammer in March. A statue titled Friendship found itself at the center of a bitter war of words in March after its previous... Read more
Hole In One

Hole In One

Features 25 February 2019 0

As belts loosen ahead of Tłusty Czwartek, the Insider speaks to Kamila and Patrycja of MOD about their personal donut journey… Photographs by Kevin Demaria A compulsory inclusion on any shortlist counting down Warsaw’s top restaurants, MOD has proved a phenomenon since opening three-and-a-bit years back. But it all... Read more