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Review: Uki Green
A union of two of Warsaw’s favorite fads, Uki Green presents vegan ramen noodles inside a minimalistic interior that’s big on Japanese wood joints and concrete finishes. Sparse and spartan, the somewhat stern aesthetic is softened by the busy backdrop: it’s been open a few seconds, but already it’s... Read more
Gado Gado

Gado Gado

Restaurants 21 July 2019 0

Previously known as Warung Jakarta, the menu here has a street food edge with secret magic recipes extending to Nasi Goreng and a lively chicken Rendeng. Accessible to all levels of income, it’s become one of the true unsung glories of ethnic Warsaw. Gado Gado ul. Piękna 28/34 Read more
Review: Kur & Wino
It’s hard to fault a concept when it’s executed this well. In this case, that means chicken from Podlasie and guineafowl from Wielkopolska cooked rotisserie-style and then served either whole or halved on wooden trays with an array of homemade sauces that include sweet plum, spicy mango and Sriracha.... Read more
Review: Szóstka
Six Appeal The Warszawa’s sixth-floor restaurant wins blanket praise… Where Am I? The Hotel Warszawa. Reopened for business last November, find yourself inside a swank hotel occupying the pre-war Prudential building. First completed in 1933, and put into use the following year, the 16-storey tower was, for a time,... Read more
Modernists Outraged!
Architecture buffs and urban conservationists were left outraged after a protected building found itself temporarily redecorated with a lace-like pattern by the famed Polish street artist NeSpoon. Touting a cosmic form inspired by the Soviet Union’s forays into space, the former ticket booth at PKP Powiśle was completed in... Read more
Reset Point

Reset Point

Shopping 18 July 2019 0

The influence of the golden years of Polish design is never far away. Pluck through everything from retro screen prints to the kind of handle-less cups made famous by Poland’s milk bars. Stashed amid these, find gems such as pre-war German SABA radios repurposed as bedside tables, classic circus... Read more
New Mural in Warsaw by Tytus Brzozowski
Dream In Color Surrealist painter Tytus Brzozowski wows Warsaw with his enthralling art… Adding to his expanding portfolio of outdoor murals, artist Tytus Brzozowski returned to the headlines at the end of May after his latest project was unveiled spanning the flank of the office block housing the city’s... Read more
Review: Curry Leaf
A Passage To India Bielany’s Curry Leaf offers a direct line to Asia…                 The Place Bielany is no stranger to Indian food, but with the existing competition limited to the excellent but basic-looking Curry House (yes, them of outdoor loo fame),... Read more
In Memoriam: Rosław Szaybo
The rock world mourns the death of one of the great cover artists of our time… Musicians the world over paused to pay their respects to Rosław Szaybo, a graphic designer and illustrator who acted as the creative force behind many of the most recognizable album covers of the... Read more
Review: Pardon To Tu
Back and better than before, the legendary Pardon To Tu reopen for business… What You Missed Pardon To Tu: remember them? Regarded as one of Warsaw’s most experimental live music venues, its closure at the start of 2017 was a kick in the crackers for the city’s alternative ‘night... Read more

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