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
Chłodna 15 by Wilamowski
Considered one of the top rising talents in the country, chef Arkadiusz Wilamowski spent seven years working in the three-star kitchens of Paris and London. Now back in Poland, his new restaurant has won rave reviews for its accurate replication of French fine dining… What were your early days... Read more
Chłodna 15

Chłodna 15

Restaurants 28 July 2017 0

Unrecognizable from its previous incarnation, the restaurant wing of what was, until recently, La Maison, has undergone a considerable refurbishment to lend it more gravitas. The big change, however, is the food: the daily changing menu has been purposefully kept limited to approximately two to three starters and mains,... Read more
Review: Chłodna 15
“Just like a footballer wants to win the Champions League,” says Arkadiusz Wilamowski, “so I want to win a Michelin star.” More than hollow words, the chef’s ambition is backed-up by a CV that includes some of the top restaurants in Europe: Hibiscus, Sketch London, and Alain Ducasse at... Read more
Review: Amber Room
When the time comes to write a complete written history of dining in Poland, there’s one place above all others that will warrant its own chapter. Launched in 2003 under the patronage of media mogul Jan Wejchert, for its first six years The Amber Room was one of the... 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
Nolita (Again!)

Nolita (Again!)

Blog 7 February 2017 0

There are a couple of restaurants in Warsaw that can boast more accolades than Nolita; there’s also some with higher profiles and others with longer waiting lists. But do Nolita feel inadequate? Do they even care? Not a chance. That’s because their consolation is a growing acceptance among foodies,... Read more
Best of Warsaw 2016/17
Key figures from the city’s food and drinks sector converged on the Sofitel on Thursday evening for the13th annual edition of the Warsaw Insider’s prestigious Best of Warsaw Awards. Firmly established as one of the social highlights of the year, the principle categories were once more decided by an... Read more
Salto

Salto

Blog 1 January 2017 1

Fine dining gets a South American makeover thanks to Martin Gimenez Castro, a native Argentinean who has emerged as one of the most influential chefs in latter day Poland. While some critics grumble that the top end of Warsaw’s gastronomic scene has flat-lined a little, Salto continues to push... Read more
Bez Gwiazdek

Bez Gwiazdek

Restaurants 22 November 2016 0

Hide the white tablecloth! One of the more discernible trends of 2016 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 out... Read more

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