Review: Yestersen Cafe
Not content with ruling the domestic scene where online vintage furnishings are concerned, Yestersen have gone one better and opened a bricks-and-mortar venture – complete with coffee while you browse! And beautiful it is, too. Already the subject of rave reviews from Vogue, Elle and other such influential titles,... Read more
Review: Zoni

Review: Zoni

FeaturesReviews 13 September 2019 0

On The Eye Designed under the guidance of the world-renowned architect and designer Mirosław Nizio, it’s a space that impresses with an interior that revels in cast iron kilns, flooring produced from vodka barrels, long shadows and industrial bits and pieces that have been lovingly restored. Sprawling, historic and... Read more
Review: Aura

Review: Aura

FeaturesReviews 5 September 2019 0

There are smaller bars in Warsaw, but finding them would require a magnifying glass. Nestled inside a small nook on Hoża, the mousehole dimensions of Aura are tempered by the tall ceilings and Moroccan-style design: dark, mysterious and intriguing, there’s something decadent and delicious about it all. It’s a... Read more
Review: Foton
Is it too early to call favorites? Nah, not at all. When winter comes, and the Insider sits fire-side to name its hottest openings of 2019, you can bet your last cent that Foton will be there. It’s good, seriously good. Part of that is down to a design... Read more
Eating Out: The Best Of Lunapark!
The Battle Of The Heavyweights! Two of Poland’s top names find themselves going head-to-head in the wacky world of Lunapark… Where Lunapark – as in, you know, the place that everyone is talking about. Created by the same crew behind the Nocny Market, this open air extravaganza is a... Read more
Review: Uki Green
A union of two of Warsaw’s favorite fads, Uki Green presents vegan ramen noodles inside a minimalistic interior that’s big on Japanese wood joints and concrete finishes. Sparse and spartan, the somewhat stern aesthetic is softened by the busy backdrop: it’s been open a few seconds, but already it’s... Read more
Review: Kur & Wino
It’s hard to fault a concept when it’s executed this well. In this case, that means chicken from Podlasie and guineafowl from Wielkopolska cooked rotisserie-style and then served either whole or halved on wooden trays with an array of homemade sauces that include sweet plum, spicy mango and Sriracha.... Read more
Review: Szóstka
Six Appeal The Warszawa’s sixth-floor restaurant wins blanket praise… Where Am I? The Hotel Warszawa. Reopened for business last November, find yourself inside a swank hotel occupying the pre-war Prudential building. First completed in 1933, and put into use the following year, the 16-storey tower was, for a time,... Read more
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