Laura

Laura

Shopping 8 June 2018 0

Warsaw has its modest share of designer boutiques, but L’Aura is the only place in the city where you can find unique pieces from the likes of Thom Krom, Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Barbara Bologna and Ilaria Nistri. Pride of place, however, is reserved for the quirky Play line from Comme des... Read more
Keboom

Keboom

Restaurants 7 June 2018 1

Warsaw’s vegan revolution continues to take the city’s foodies down unexpected paths: but the biggest surprise of the lot, that’s just got to be Keboom. Offering out vegan kebabs from small cartoon clad units in Gwardii and Koszyki, what sounds like an utterly revolting idea is actually anything but.... Read more
Notes: Nocny Market

Notes: Nocny Market

Blog 4 June 2018 0

In terms of food and drink, Nocny Market have arguably supplied some of city’s biggest talking points of the last few years. A quite brilliant mash-up of ethnic food vans and stalls, it’s become part of the lifeblood of summer. But more than just food, it’s the sheer festivity... Read more
Kabak

Kabak

Shopping 3 June 2018 0

Inspired by the global craze for wacky colored socks, Kabak offer a range of eccentric socks and woolly accessories inside the former industrial complex on Hoża 51. Signature pieces include socks embossed with local icons such as the Palace of Culture and the Warsaw mermaid. Kabak ul. Hoża 51 Read more
Best Working Cafes
With more people than ever working from home, a growing number of bars and cafes are catering to this expanding demographic… Campus Google ul. Ząbkowska 33C, website The Campus Cafe is accessible to all but requires registration – a simple (and free) process that can be done in a... Read more
Notes: Koszyki Street Food Market
As far as Hala Koszyki goes, I belong to the camp that views it as a bit of a missed opportunity. Pitted against the great markets of Europe, you see it for what it is: too polished, too sanitized and, frankly, too mainstream. For all that, the last couple... Read more
Ramyun

Ramyun

Restaurants 30 May 2018 0

Replacing Koszyki’s disappointingly watered-down version of a famers’ market is a new street food section that already looks highly promising. Gathering about eight or nine operators together, highlights include Ramyun, a small stall specializing in Korean bites such as kimchi, ramyun noodles and baguettes filled with bulgogi. Looks great,... Read more
Notes: San Thai

Notes: San Thai

Blog 26 May 2018 0

You don’t need to step too far back in time to remember when Próżna looked like it was going to come tumbling down: flanked by disintegrating tenements precariously propped up by wooden scaffolds, it was the street that time forgot. In many ways, its gentrification has been a little... Read more
Review: Na Sushi
Sleek, dark and dominated by a lush picture of a breathtaking waterfall, at Na Sushi a smart crowd join forces around a horseshoe-shaped bar to click chopsticks over a top pedigree menu high on enticements: eel rolls with marinated pumpkin and sriracha wrapped in torched yellowtail and lime; spicy... Read more
Nocny Market

Nocny Market

Restaurants 26 May 2018 0

It’s back! Set on and around a disused train platform, this weekend hangout gets thronged with crowds clamoring over an ever-evolving line-up that brings together not just food trucks, but quality restaurants hawking their specials from tiny stalls – keep an eye on their facebook to see who is... Read more

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