ĆMA by Mateusz Gessler
Open round-the-clock, Ćma has rescued the city’s night owls from the evil clutches of the center’s grisly kebab dens. Set against an edgy, moth-themed interior designed by guerilla artist Tomasz Górnicki, this on-trend nightspot elevates late night dining to new heights with a menu that involves modernized Polish delicacies... Read more
Kiełba w Gębie

Kiełba w Gębie

Going Out 11 January 2018 0

Though no more than a glorified stall, KwG have earned their stripes on account of a menu that pushes grill food to the fore. That’s all well and good, but what elevates them above the other units in both Gwardii and Koszyki is a beer offer that rises well... Read more
Central Bar

Central Bar

Going Out 2 December 2017 0

The beer (supplied by Bierhalle) is fine, the cocktails are getting better, and the atmosphere is cranked to max: you get the buzzy sense that you’re in the middle of something that’s captured Warsaw’s imagination – the natural focal point of Hala Koszyki, the ever-stretching Central Bar has been... Read more
Bierhalle

Bierhalle

Going Out 10 April 2017 0

When the Bierhalle chain first launched over a decade back they were seen as saviors of local brewing. The craft beer revolution of the last five years has seen that opinion reassessed, and while the formulaic brews are a step above the big macro-breweries they fall considerably short of... Read more
Kreperia

Kreperia

Restaurants 10 April 2017 0

Though slightly hidden from the rest of Koszyki, this relative sense of seculsion works in Kreperia’s favor: it’s a place you’re happy in which to hang about in. Designed to slot straight into the whole neo-industrial backdrop, this good-looking space has sparked a debate among pancake fans as to... Read more
Kiełba w Gębie
Despite appearing as little more than a small unit in the midst of the general furore of Hala Koszyki, Kiełba w Gębie have done enough to lever themselves above their immediate neighbors. Thanks for that go to a menu filled with the kind of meaty snacks you yearn for... Read more
Warszawski Sen By Mateusz Gessler
A quite stunning restaurant dominated by dark geometric patterns and the installations and ideas of guerilla artist Tomasz Górnicki. Once you’ve caught your breath, settle in for a menu that gives Polish ingredients a highly contemporary spin. If you thought Hala Koszyki was buzzing, then this is perhaps its... Read more
Curry Leaves

Curry Leaves

Restaurants 10 March 2017 1

After a relatively strong start Curry Leaves have stuttered and stopped – defined by their weak, watery curries, a place that promised much has now settled for mediocrity instead. And then there’s the location, slap bang in the middle of the Hala Koszyki complex: as such, expect irritating elevator music... Read more
Corona Sok i Mus

Corona Sok i Mus

Restaurants 16 February 2017 0

It’s the quiet ones you have to watch. Attracting torrents of tarted-up humanity, it’s the bigger units inside Hala Koszyki that have dominated the PR and press. However, it’s actually the smaller, peripheral components that are the ones to seek out – places, for instance, like Corona Sok i... Read more
Kago Sushi

Kago Sushi

Restaurants 10 February 2017 0

Compensating for the rank commercialism of Hala Koszyki are ventures such as Kago, a place of such merit that its worth battling through the crowds. A side project from the team behind the acclaimed Izumi, portioning here is strict and skimpy but the precision, attention to detail and flavors... Read more

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