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