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
Platter by Karol Okrasa
Airless and anodyne: that’s the reputation Warsaw’s hotel restaurants are unfairly lumped with. True, the balance tips towards sterile, stifling boxes serving food to the masses, yet likewise, it’s remiss to overlook those that are doing something special. Their number is few, but there’s a noisy minority that are... Read more
La Rotisserie: Updated!
It began with duck foie gras and finished with a caramel Valrhona chocolate parfait. In between came a scallop salad with plums, almonds and tarragon tempura; a grilled tuna; and a seared Barbary duck with blackberry ginger sauce and the kind of parsnips you never knew existed. A timely... Read more
Notes: Enfant Terrible

Notes: Enfant Terrible

Blog 4 November 2016 0

The thing I like about L’enfant Terrible is it’s effortless ability to make diners feel comfortable. Chef Michał Bryś has a look that suggests he’s just swaggered back from a rock concert, and that feeling is given extra substance by an interior that looks upscale but casual: plenty of... Read more
Notes From Nolita

Notes From Nolita

Blog 31 October 2016 0

Pushed to name a favorite restaurant, and I often am, the answer is always the same: Nolita. There’s something about it I find magical – the immaculate service, the careful design and the lingering atmosphere of class and grace. Combined together, these are factors that conspire to create an... Read more
Atelier Amaro

Atelier Amaro

Blog 27 October 2016 0

Ever since opening four years back, Atelier Amaro has come to be regarded as a point of pilgrimage to which diners flock to worship at the temple of Amaro. This is not an exaggeration. Awarded what was then Poland’s first Michelin star in 2013, Atelier Amaro is so much... Read more
Atelier Amaro

Atelier Amaro

Restaurants 1 September 2016 0

The recipient of Poland’s first Michelin star, Atelier promotes pedigree Polish produce enhanced by modern techniques, with courses interspersed by occasionally bizarre interludes (leaves, flowers, twigs, etc.). It’s an extraordinary dining experience, and one which confirms the growing cult of chef Wojciech Amaro. In the hours you’re here the... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Fine Dining
Senses A spectacular experience from start to finish: begin by walking through a flame-lit tunnel, and then conclude the night with an edible cigar – a grand tobacco flavored pastry infused with whisky and cinnamon. In between that, our night goes something like this: beetroot bread with a teat... Read more
Opasły Tom

Opasły Tom

Restaurants 23 January 2016 0

Sneaked off a lively street, guests duck down into a chain of two narrow-ish chambers that, whilst not exactly casual, feel comfortable and familiar. Agata Wojda’s cooking is sublime, and on our latest trip include a gentle goose confit rested on pumpkin puree and prune sauce and a smoked... Read more
Elixir by Dom Wódki
The dashing interior causes you to stop, look and touch. On one side, a gleaming bar with twinkling bottles, and on the other, a smart series of rooms whose ash-colored tones are punctuated with dashes of copper. The menu has a traditional heart yet a contemporary style, and includes... Read more

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