Kieliszki Na Hożej
The Place Often, Warsaw’s pre-war title as ‘the Paris of the East’ is impossible to comprehend. Then you see the corner of Hoża and Poznańska: elegant and ornate, it’s something straight from the 6th arrondissement. Through the door, and diners are met head-on by a seductive space that’s dark,... Read more
Opasły Tom Kręgliccy

Opasły Tom Kręgliccy

Reviews 20 February 2017 0

When Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow announced their ‘conscious uncoupling’ a few years back most of the world snickered about their daffy choice of words. In hindsight though, there’s much to like about the phrase, not least its insinuation of free-spirited geniality. In many ways, it’s also directly applicable... Read more
Notes: Solec 44

Notes: Solec 44

Blog 10 February 2017 0

Solec 44 does nothing if not challenge gastronomic norms. Found on the upper floor of a shabby Communist pavilion, the versatility of this place makes it great to hang out with friends over beer and board games: it’s not often you find faces from the TV in the same... Read more
Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

Restaurants 9 February 2017 0

Although this multicultural melting pot is best-known for its Israeli street food, it’s the shift towards ‘vegan fine dining’ that has really caught the attention. Tel Aviv ul. Poznanska 11, restauracjatelaviv.pl Read more
Nolita (Again!)

Nolita (Again!)

Blog 7 February 2017 0

There are a couple of restaurants in Warsaw that can boast more accolades than Nolita; there’s also some with higher profiles and others with longer waiting lists. But do Nolita feel inadequate? Do they even care? Not a chance. That’s because their consolation is a growing acceptance among foodies,... Read more
Nowina

Nowina

Restaurants 7 February 2017 0

Though only opened towards the end of January, Nowina have thus far scored a bundle of five star reviews. Helping in the achievement of that is a striking interior by the acclaimed smallna design studio, an exciting international menu and a selection of over 400 wines – approximately 60... Read more
Review: Rozbrat 20
There was a time when Powiśle was the volcanic center of what history will remember as Warsaw’s dalliance with hipsterdom. Now the area has moved forward, gentrified and matured. If once the district was (in)famous for grotto-like shops and bizarre street fashions, today its a polished place of four-wheel... Read more
Best of Warsaw 2016/17
Key figures from the city’s food and drinks sector converged on the Sofitel on Thursday evening for the13th annual edition of the Warsaw Insider’s prestigious Best of Warsaw Awards. Firmly established as one of the social highlights of the year, the principle categories were once more decided by an... Read more
Joseph’s Bistro & Wine

Joseph’s Bistro & Wine

Blog 16 January 2017 0

Nudging the Muranów district from its culinary coma is Joseph’s, a relaxed restaurant that’s spacious and smooth on the eye. A familiar sighting on Polish TV, the Botswanan-born Joseph Seeletso demonstrates a new found maturity with food that’s tailor-made for modern times: “I’ve grown up a lot,” says the... Read more
Salto

Salto

Blog 1 January 2017 1

Fine dining gets a South American makeover thanks to Martin Gimenez Castro, a native Argentinean who has emerged as one of the most influential chefs in latter day Poland. While some critics grumble that the top end of Warsaw’s gastronomic scene has flat-lined a little, Salto continues to push... Read more

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