Notes: Zielony Niedźwiedź
Hampered by the dark memory of communism, for your regular foreigner visitor Polish food often brings to mind visions of grim, grey ooze glooped to a plate. But perceptions are changing thanks to a new generation of restaurants fully committed to showcasing the nation’s abundant resources. The chic Kafe... Read more
Notes: Mała Polana Smaków
When Mała Polana Smaków first opened in 2015 it left our reviewer in a quandary: “where to begin,” he pondered, “with the good bits? The brilliant bits? Or just the best bits?” Two years on and these questions haven’t become any easier to answer. Full of wood, warmth and... Read more
Notes: Bez Gwiazdek

Notes: Bez Gwiazdek

Blog 9 November 2017 0

Hide the white tablecloth! One of the more discernible trends of recent times has seen chefs attempt to replicate fine dining standards but in casual surrounds. Few are more qualified to do so than Robert Trzópek, a man whose résumé includes experience gained in Noma and El Bulli. Seeking... Read more
Review: Bazar Kocha
As rain tips down and leaves lose their luster, thoughts turn to what lies ahead: autumn. Will it be damp and soggy? You bet. But the coming weeks also promise a pallet of exquisite colors and vivid sensations. Meticulously in tune with the shifts in the weather, few places... Read more
Talerzyki

Talerzyki

Restaurants 5 October 2017 0

From the makers of Bazar Kocha comes a new concept that casts the spotlight on small plates composed of arty looking snacks to peck at. Enjoyed inside swank, retro-tinged interiors, the lively nature of Talerzyki is given an added boost by cocktails inspired by the inter-war age. Talerzyki ul.... Read more
Grunt i Woda

Grunt i Woda

Restaurants 8 June 2017 0

An appealing wood-framed construction with hard hitting cocktails and a thoughtful menu that utilizes ingredients grown in their own garden. Watch out for their ‘jazz brunches’ each Sunday. Grunt i Woda Bulwar Flotylli Wiślanej Read more
ĆMA by Mateusz Gessler
If the food can be hit and miss – and a little overly ambitious – then at least no-one seems to mind. Definitely something of a scene, most come here to soak in the vibey atmosphere. Open 24/7. ĆMA by Mateusz Gessler ul. Koszykowa 63 (Hala Koszyki) 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
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

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