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Best of Warsaw: Bar Design
Między Ustami With the celebrated Hendrick’s gin so prominently pimped, it makes sense that the quirky design of Między Ustami is more in line with a Victorian apothecary than anything else. Peculiarities particular to this era are abundant (nonsensical wall paintings featuring fairies and fantastical creatures) and are matched... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Cheap Eats
Falafel Bejrut Served fresh from out of the fryer, Bejrut’s fab falafel comes wrapped inside a soft pitta brimming with herby bits and bobs. Middle eastern street food has not traditionally been Warsaw’s hidden talent, but that could change if more follow the lead of FB. We can live... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Restaurant Bar
Butchery & Wine Whatever you want to call the new wing of B&W (it’s across the road from the original, therefore not physically attached), it’s been a welcome addition. In no small part that’s due to the bar, an L-shaped space with floor-to-ceiling windows that splash open in summer.... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Fine Dining
Senses A spectacular experience from start to finish: begin by walking through a flame-lit tunnel, and then conclude the night with an edible cigar – a grand tobacco flavored pastry infused with whisky and cinnamon. In between that, our night goes something like this: beetroot bread with a teat... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Hotel Restaurant
Signature An awkward category this, chiefly because of the lingering cynicism related to hotel dining. Leave misgivings at the door, for Signature is a standout: a smooth-looking boutique space with true fine dining at largely accessible prices. Chef Wojciech Kilian’s star shines brighter with each night. Honorable mention: La... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Newcomer
MOD As extraordinary as it is eccentric, MOD is not your conventional restaurant. An odd meeting of ideas, it combines the work of three people (Kamila, Patrycja and Trisno) who between them have created a space that houses both a donut store and restaurant. It sounds a little dissonant,... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Classic Polish
Papu There are higher profile chefs than Bartek Kędra, but not many with the ability to understand diners better. Knowing when to use his trick book – and when to leave it well alone – Kędra’s menu is a joyous work that turns one-time visitors into regulars. Read more
Best of Warsaw: Tapas

Best of Warsaw: Tapas

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Sueño Tapas Bar The management’s wanderlust is reflected by a global menu of bites that go beyond simply Latin. Diverse in its influences, this is a card with something for everyone – that explains how its succeeded in seducing a whole raft of fans. Honorable mention: Tapas Gastrobar Read more
Best of Warsaw: Foreign Chef
Martin Gimenez Castro Some disclosure: voting in our juried categories tends to be tight and tense, and this year was no different – but if there was one exception that saw a landslide winner it was this one. Galloping to victory by a country mile was Martin Gimenez Castro,... Read more
Best of Warsaw: Showmanship
Benihana Fire, flash, show and sizzle: the Benihana experience merges cooking with cabaret, with diners sat ringside around teppanyaki grills. These cooking stations are the stage for the Benihana crew to demonstrate their riveting range of nifty knifework and daredevil antics. Everyone ends up cheering! Honorable mention: Papaya Read more