Art From The Other Side
Now showing at the Museum of Modern Art, a startling exhibition that reveals the post-war connection between the artists of South America and their Iron Curtain counterparts… Frequently marginalized in terms of its wider importance, the Kinetic and Op Art movement first emerged in the 1950s as a reaction... Read more
Fest

Fest

Restaurants 15 January 2018 0

Though some will say Fest’s best months are in the summer, those thinking that this wooden cabin is a one season wonder would be overlooking its wider qualities. Of these, the cooking is at the forefront: simple and straight-forward yet more-ishly addictive, it’s an atavistic celebration of fire and... Read more
Notes: Fest

Notes: Fest

Blog 11 January 2018 0

There are those who would argue that Fest’s best months are in summer, when crimson skies set over the wooden terrace decking. True, they may have a point, but thinking of Fest as a one season wonder would be to overlook its wider qualities. Of these, the cooking is... Read more
Review: Zielony Niedźwiedź
Ask me to think of Smolna and I think of that hammerhead building at the end of the street: you know, that miserable 70s throwback that hangs over PKP Powiśle like a corpse on a gallows. Yet beyond the commie concrete lies a pathway that zig zags down the... Read more
Winsky

Winsky

Going Out 11 December 2017 0

Perched on the left bank of the Wisla, find Winsky on the ground floor of one of the new super-lux blocks that sprung up over summer. Looking deep and plush with its wood / velvet finishes, perks include 30 or so niche wines available on tap via stainless steel... Read more
Solec 44: The End

Solec 44: The End

Insider News 4 December 2017 0

The weekend brought with it the bombshell news that cult eatery Solec 44 is to close at the end of December following seven years of service. With a strong reputation for challenging gastronomic norms, chef / co-owner Aleksander Baron’s obsession with old baroque recipes, nose-to-tail cooking and forgotten fermentation... Read more
The Cool Cat

The Cool Cat

Restaurants 2 December 2017 0

Reinventing itself to serve pimped-up plates of ‘Americanized Korean’, this fun spot has come on in leaps and bounds since opening two years back. Autum highlights: K-fries (kimchi, bulgogi beef, chips – messy, delicious), a dessert that saw a heap of matcha tea ice cream stuffed inside a donut... Read more
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: 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
Weekend Notes: A Fab Four

Weekend Notes: A Fab Four

Blog 6 November 2017 0

The Cool Cat Reinventing itself to serve pimped-up versions of ‘Korean with a twist’, this fun spot has come on in leaps and bounds since opening two years back. Highlights: K-fries (kimchi, bulgogi beef, chips – messy, delicious), a dessert that saw a heap of matcha tea ice cream... Read more

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