Continuing our rundown of our 2020 Best of Warsaw Food & Drink awards, we reveal the city's best new design!
ul. Ossolińskich 3
Sweeping back a curtain, the reception reveals itself in a joy of plush forest-colored fabrics, wavy black and white floor patterns and a gleaming chandelier that hangs miles above.
Stepping beyond, the principal dining room is both high impact and theatrical but also low-key and intimate: preserved 19th century cornices, dark baroque-style drapes and an enveloping sense of luxury at its purest.
For more raucous gatherings, a separate chamber sits close by and has been designed in a Romany-style whose warm auburn shades pair with exotic glass lighting.
Of course, there is more. It’s common to see diners taking leave from their table to file out to the kitchen to see the chefs at work, and you’re definitely encouraged to do so yourself – seeing them first-hand is a stupefying sight.
For the best perch of all, a chef’s table sits at the head of the glassed-in kitchen offering prime views of the activity in front.
Stunning to look at, and heavy with the gorgeous touch of stage designer Boris Kudlicka, it’s a magnificent interior that matches the restaurant’s own Michelin ambitions.