Best of Warsaw – Casual Dining Best of Warsaw – Casual Dining

The countdown continues to our Best of Warsaw food & drink awards – so whose in the running for the crown of Best Casual Dining? Read on… 

Brasserie Warszawska

This debonair brasserie keeps it simple, elegant and classy while at the same time retaining a spry, casual ambience. From the same owners as Butchery & Wine, the bottom line is a cracking restaurant that demands repeat visits.

Hoża by Mondovino

Wine and steak: it sounds so simple, but Hoża have taken these twin primal pleasures to another dimension – as proved by chef Martin’s No. 1 placing in the recent Top Chef program.


A seriously experimental menu with prices that appeal to all levels of income. The concept is edgy and the execution is deft, and surely the reason why Kaskrut has moved from insider secret to talk of the town.    

Opasły Tom PIW

Employing fresh produce from farmers’ markets, the restaurant follows the principles of slow food dining with an insistence on quality. Intimate and atmospheric, the final results gain universal approval from Warsaw’s troop of foodies.

Taste Wilanów

For city center landlubbers to make the effort to reach Taste Wilanów speaks volumes for Dominik Moskalenko’s cooking – ‘phenomenal’ says our secret diner, and most people are in agreement.  

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