Review: Stixx
No Warsaw district has experienced quite such a profound transformation as Wola. Once a byword for urban decay, what was once a sad, dusty wasteland has blossomed to become the business district of tomorrow. Nowhere symbolizes this revolution as much as Pl. Europejski: but while the temptation is to... Read more
Review: The Bell
The Place Always, the temptation exists to carve the city in two: Warsaw A (the left side) and Warsaw B (the right side). Doing so, however, overlooks that there’s also a Warsaw A Plus. Consider that to be Saska Kępa. An affluent enclave of elegance and class, The Bell... Read more
Review: Palmier
It’s easy to carve and condense south central Warsaw into snack-sized pieces – you’ve got Nowogrodzka, celebrated for its craft beer and busy bars; there’s Poznańska, with its neo-bistros and summer street scene; Koszykowa, now forever defined by Hala Koszyki; and Mokotowska with its fancy boutiques. Wilcza, that’s all... Read more
Pani Wina
Announced by an Art Nouveau-style stained glass sign, Pani Wina is the wine bar that will make a difference. Tucked down an upcoming stretch of Wilcza, the interiors play-up to the pre-war heritage of the building with the elegantly demure decorations anchored around mustard-colored banquettes, olive green walls and... Read more
Review: Amber Room
When the time comes to write a complete written history of dining in Poland, there’s one place above all others that will warrant its own chapter. Launched in 2003 under the patronage of media mogul Jan Wejchert, for its first six years The Amber Room was one of the... Read more
Review: Warszawski Sznyt
A good view can do many things, but what it can’t do is make an ordinary meal great. There is no magic wand for that. You would think that’s an obvious point, yet it doesn’t stop many restaurants – particularly those in touristy areas – from using attractive vantage... Read more
Review: Le Cedre Lounge
Furnished in voluptuous Middle Eastern style, the latest subsidiary of the Le Cedre empire bursts with fancy sheesha pipes, extravagant rugs and shimmery satin drapes. It’s a look that’s fun, familiar, intimate and warm. Mostly though, it’s a look that’s conducive to long chattery evenings spent over little bites... Read more
Review: Bez Tytułu
Background No street embodies ‘the spirit of now’ quite like Poznańska. The rash of bars that opened a few years back were the kick-starter, while the subsequent re-cobbling of the road and sensitive renovation of many of the buildings lent it that last big push. Up until now, however,... Read more
Review: Krem

Review: Krem

Reviews 6 May 2017 0

From Provence to Paris in less than 20 minutes – possible? Not really, but there is the next best thing. First, head down to Monsieur Leon, a cafe-style venue best known for it’s rustic sense of simplicity and honest hospitality. After, Krem, a chic city center hangout with all... Read more
Review: Pańska 85
If there’s one cuisine guaranteed to fill me with nostalgia, it’s Chinese. Growing up in early 90s Bristol, nothing screamed Friday night more than a furtive evening of underage spending in the pub followed by a late night Chinese. Left to our own devices, I’m certain that the food... Read more

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