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Gorączka Złota

Gorączka Złota

Going Out 1 January 2018 0

Get down with the locals at Gorączka Złota, a steamy pub with a rowdy atmosphere. Touting the dimensions of a cabin boy’s quarters, this pungent, pokey den is one of the oldest bars in town. Despite carrying many epic beers from Poland’s rebel brewers, there’s nothing faddish about GZ...
Delikatesy Esencja

Delikatesy Esencja

Restaurants 30 December 2017 0

***CLOSED*** Seasoned residents may remember this venue as home to Café Brama; one of modern Warsaw’s original café chains, and one of the first to go under once the city found its mojo. Filling the narrow space vacated by that lot is DE, an artsy offshoot of the theatre next...
Ceska

Ceska

Going Out 12 October 2017 0

With its fake brickwork and shameless proliferation of Pilsner paraphernalia, the general feeling is that Ceska feels forced and phony – looking like it was fitted out to a rigid company blueprint, it’s more like the kind of theme pub you’d find off Leicester Square. Service, meanwhile, can be...
Czeska Baszta

Czeska Baszta

Going Out 9 February 2017 0

Halfway up one of the Harry Potter turrets that support Poniatowski Bridge, find divey Czeska engulfed in a murky yellow glow. Boisterous but friendly, the ace up their sleeve is a brilliant assembly of Czech craft beer. Enjoy them in an intimate, rough looking interior that shakes and rattles...
Bułkę przez Bibułkę
When Bułkę przez Bibułkę was opened the idea was simple – to create a boutique version of Subway: a high quality sandwich shop people would value. But after they started serving breakfast, the whole thing snowballed into a more bistro-style offer. Now there’s a second venue on Zgoda, it’s...
Kaskrut

Kaskrut

Restaurants 31 July 2016 0

Back after a short break, this haunt has a high communal seating plan and hip, buzzy foodie crowd: fit in by taking pics of the food. The exciting menu is a temporary work that changes every two weeks. The place is known for its trial-and-error attitude: combinations that don’t work...
The Heart Of The Kitchen

Never busier, it’s been all go at Kitchen since their welcome return to food from the soul…

A Local Classic

Katarzyna Wasilewska of the legendary Dom Polski talks about the restaurant’s recent expansion to pastures new

The Rust is History
Thirty kilometers from Warsaw lies a graveyard with a difference: a weird world of disintegrating cars… Where do cars go when they die? Well, there is no heaven for machines, but there is Grodzisk Mazowiecki, a sleepy little town southwest of Warsaw. It’s here that scores of vehicles lie,...
Dworek w Kaputach

Dworek w Kaputach

Blog 9 June 2015 0

There’s one thing to do at Dworek w Kaputach, and that’s walk around the lake. You can circle it in about five minutes, but the truth is it always takes longer. No matter how many times you go around it, there’s always something that halts you in your tracks:...

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