Food Diary: Oct 1-Oct 12

Food Diary: Oct 1-Oct 12

Blog 12 October 2017 0

And so… the story this month: that’s seen a stonking good meal in Strefa, a formal looking eatery with a pristine white-on-white interior. Countless highlights, of which the tuna steak and crème brulee merit special mention – delicate dishes honed for refined palettes. On the other end of the... Read more
Review: Czarna Woda

Review: Czarna Woda

Reviews 6 October 2017 0

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... Read more
Czarna Woda

Czarna Woda

Restaurants 14 September 2017 0

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... Read more
Genesis

Genesis

Restaurants 1 September 2017 0

From the same team behind the Michelin-starred Senses comes Genesis, a contemporary restaurant set inside a space age building next to the Warsaw Spire. Plotted out by chef Artur Grajber, the menu presents Mediterranean-style food with an Asian twist and is already winning plaudits for its inventive sophistication. Full... 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: 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
The Bell

The Bell

Restaurants 11 June 2017 0

Cascading with greenery and plant life, The Bell’s back garden is one of Warsaw’s best kept summer secrets: a verdant sanctuary in which time seems to pause. Just right for Saska Kepa, the sense of casual chic extends to an intelligent menu that’s been designed by the gifted Jan... Read more
Notes: Winosfera

Notes: Winosfera

Blog 16 May 2017 0

Opened four years back Winosfera have, over the course of time, become a firm Chłodna fixture – the kind of place that makes the street feel a little more complete. More than ‘just another wine bar’, it’s a place that’s encapsulated the street’s newly-found swagger. The Place: as beautiful... Read more
Bistro Kaskrut by Lili Filipiak
***CLOSED*** When they first opened in 2013, Kaksrut were seen as pioneers – some even viewed them as the budget version of Atelier Amaro. This was all thanks to fancypants food at everyman prices. Costs have inched their way up slightly, but no-one’s complaining. Innovative as ever, a summer... 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

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