Tagine Tagine

Having already scored considerable successes with Miss Kimchi and KoreaTown Rest, the same owners have spread their wings to cover a new cuisine that, so far, has been under-represented in the Polish capital: Moroccan! Specializing in traditional recipes served in tagine clay pots inside a casual interior dolled up with jam jar lights and bright, light colors. Reviews, to date, have been resoundingly popular, so much so you wonder if a new gastro trend for North African cuisine is about to make itself known…

Tagine
ul. Oboźna 9

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