Christian’s BakerHouse
So, hybrids have been popping up all around Warsaw as of 2012. And it seems the Polish celebrity chef, Krystian Zalejski, has lusted after one of his own. But his bakery-cum-restaurant-cum-café-cum-wine bar (phew!) is not like the other ones of its kind. It quickly becomes clear that the owner... Read more
Rozbrat 20

Rozbrat 20

Restaurants 4 August 2013 0

**PERMANENTLY CLOSED** It’s difficult to describe something when words simply can’t do it justice. While Rozbrat 20 has been around sometime already, I’ve only just recently discovered it. It soon became my favourite place to dine, for all the meals of the day. That is because R20 fills the... Read more
Silk and Spicy
If you don’t benchmark Silk & Spicy against what you’d eat in Asia (and you really shouldn’t), then you might enjoy it. “The curry was on taste-wise,” said our disappointed graphic, “but the cream cheese didn’t work in the sushi and the kmichi-style salad served at the beginning was... Read more
Warszawa Wschodnia
U Kucharzy, I understand, means something along the lines of ‘eat with the chefs’. Well, that concept didn’t fall far from the Gessler family tree. But instead of joining the chefs plopping schabowy on your table, Adam Gessler’s son, Mateusz, took a hip leap across the Wisła to a... Read more
Papaya

Papaya

Restaurants 8 June 2013 0

A place of precise lines and slick finishes, Papaya has a varied menu that uses influences from all over Asia, though particularly Thailand. But the star attraction is Preecha Wongsomboon, a Thai chef who fuses cookery with cabaret from behind a teppanyaki grill – his skills draw gasps. But... Read more
Mały Wojtek

Mały Wojtek

Restaurants 8 June 2013 0

Warsaw is a place that makes it hard to find the best bars. With no genuine drinking district, decent venues are often spread out across a large area or hidden away down back streets you might not even know exist. Take Mały Wojtek, a bar allegedly named after a... Read more
Nolita

Nolita

Restaurants 7 June 2013 0

The deluxe dining scene is filling out in Warsaw, and there’s now a few restaurants that can present an equitable claim for the No. 1 spot. However, it’s Nolita that perch at the top, with a menu that sees largely classical recipes through a sharp, modern prism – chef... Read more
Peek-a-boo

Peek-a-boo

Restaurants 22 April 2013 0

Park Pole Mokotowskie has long been the perfect place for family strolling. It’s also home to several child friendly restaurants. but unless you live in the adjacent Eco-Park complex you might have overlooked the latest newcomer to Warsaw’s kiddie café scene. The Peek-a-boo café is tucked in between tidy... Read more
La Lush

La Lush

Restaurants 22 April 2013 0

The moment I entered, I knew I would love it: a hasty opinion steadily reinforced by my lush experience. The idea for La LUSH is said to have been born in a certain park in Warsaw, the Dolina Szwajcarska. And it appears that the founders used the many qualities... Read more