Notes: Koneser Grill

Notes: Koneser Grill

Blog 4 March 2020 0

So good is Koneser Grill that, where once the Insider used our visits to this area as an excuse to drop into Bombaj Masala, nowadays that’s been flipped off in favor of the latest project from the Ferment Group. One of the most striking urban renewal schemes in recent... Read more
Notes: Polana Smaków
Compact and woodsy, Polana Smaków has lost none of its copious magic since trading a no-man’s land location for city center Warsaw: from tiled stoves and jars filled with mysterious fermentations, everything about this place radiates warm, rural charm. We love our visits here, and that’s partly because no... Read more
Notes: Restauracja Warszawska
Of the big openings that have occurred over the last few years, few have splashed down with as much impact as the Hotel Warszawa. And as an experience, few places can top it: the design alone is a rare work of beauty. Loaded with slick finishes and polished raw... Read more
Notes: Foodie Rollins

Notes: Foodie Rollins

Blog 24 February 2020 0

The lesser-known bit of Mokotowska is finally having its moment: first The Farm opened, then Foodie Rollins. And crikey, don’t we just love it. Tricked out with comic art doodles, dangling chains and midnight colors it’s a place born for casual meet-ups and messy lunches – aware of that,... Read more
Notes: Rest. Baczewskich

Notes: Rest. Baczewskich

Blog 16 February 2020 0

Well let’s ask this – just who on earth doesn’t enjoy eating in a palace. Seemingly designed to make visitors go ‘woah’, Baczewskich is nothing if not a fully-fledged exercise in unrestrained fancy: a composition of plush fabrics, gleaming glassware, framed certificates and contemporary extravagance, the high impact visuals... Read more
Notes: Ceviche Bar

Notes: Ceviche Bar

Blog 15 February 2020 0

Run, you suspect, as a form of self-expression, Argentinean chef Martin Gimenez Castro has injected his passion and personality into Ceviche Bar, a venue whose name is something of a misnomer – sure there’s ceviche (and magnificent it is), but there’s also so much more. Cooking beneath a mural... Read more
Notes: Ale Wino

Notes: Ale Wino

Blog 11 February 2020 0

If there’s one thing we just love about researching our Best of Warsaw issue (coming soon, don’t you worry!), it’s the chance it affords us to visit old, established favorites such as Ale Wino. Their story, while not exactly rags to riches, does have a feel-good ring to it:... Read more
Notes: Wozownia

Notes: Wozownia

Blog 5 February 2020 0

Set in a 200-year-old carriage house within a secretive courtyard, Wozownia started life looking raw and ramshackle – in parts, it still does, but that’s not to say improvements haven’t been made, not least to a Lynch-esque winter garden that feels brilliantly dream-like. Drinks-wise, kick-ass cocktails sell just as... Read more
Notes: Naam Thai

Notes: Naam Thai

Blog 13 January 2020 0

Going back a few years you’d have found Naam consistently flagged as the best Thai in town. The crown was lost with the departure of their original chef, but that hasn’t stopped this remaining a staunch neighborhood mainstay. Positioned on the border of Saska K and Gocław, there’s no... Read more
Notes: Moxy Warsaw Praga

Notes: Moxy Warsaw Praga

Blog 10 January 2020 0

With hotels increasingly marketing themselves as ‘lifestyle-led experiences’, it makes sense that one of the biggest openings of 2019, Moxy, has made its design-forward bar its focal point and heart. Uber trendy, it’s a hotel bar alright, it’s just unlike anything you’ve seen before. Stacked high with wacky odds... Read more