Czarna Woda Czarna Woda

From the blackened, smoking ashes of Kotakota rises a new venture from cult local chef Adam Leszczyński. Seen as one of the great talents of his generation, Leszczyński has reopened his previous premises to serve a menu heavy on the use of activated charcoal. Primed for Instagram addicts, it’s a menu that’s become one of the biggest talking points of foodie Warsaw: the kimchi burger, served in a black bun, is a thing of inspiration. Paired with black-colored drinks, join the buzz inside an interior that’s scuffed and fashionably distressed.

Czarna Woda
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