Restaurants

The Food Of Brotherly Love!
To refer to Elektrownia Powiśle’s Food Hall as being just simply that would be to play with understatement. Offering a truly international experience inside a neon-lit, post-industrial interior, the choice leaves you staggered. But more than options, visitors are handed authenticity, a point driven home by the presence of...
The Pizza Kings Of Naples
Casa Mia ul. Kolska 11 To some, Casa Mia will always be best known as being home to the drunk tank – now, however, it’s making a stir for reasons more positive. Covering all the bases and more, the choice of pizzas includes the mind-blowing Porcinella 2.0, a white...
Review: Hesu

Review: Hesu

RestaurantsReviews 7 September 2021 0

Design If you googled the term ‘millennial color palette’ you most likely wouldn’t have to scroll far before coming across the same vibrant color choices that lacquer the walls of this new Korean joint – even their rice is blue. Slotted inside an area that’s enjoying a gastronomic blossoming,...
Review: K-Bar Piękna
Background Over the years this upstairs space on Piękna has been many things to many people – most recently though, it’s made waves in its current guise, that of an intriguing den of Korean ‘things’. Launched before the pandemic, it was born from the vision of two friends, Czesio...
Review: Gourmet by Café de la Poste
The French Connection Inspired by the French concept of “pour vivre heureux, vivons caches” (“if you want to live happily, live hidden), Café de la Poste first opened in 2013 in the quaint back corner of Stary Bielany. Launched by Tatiana Fremond and her late husband, it stripped away...
Review: Flaming Bistro
Back Story Something of a modernist pearl, the Łepkowskich Villa was completed in 1935 according to a swish design coined by Lucjan Korngold and Piotr Maria Lubiński. Commissioning it was Józef Łepkowski, a car dealer specializing in the import of American automobiles such as the Chevrolet. Commandeered by Polish...
A French Revelation!
Vibe La Buvette sits like a hidden gem nestled on a charming street that radiates off Stara Ochota’s Pl. Narutowicza. Tree-lined and looking like a cloned version of a picturesque arrondissement of Paris, it’s a pleasure to sit on the terrace, a feeling more akin to a cruise up...
Review: Europejski Grill
Inside… When the Europejski Hotel reopened in June, 2018, under the banner of Raffles, its inauguration was the culmination of an indulgent restoration that saw no expense spared. Setting a new benchmark in luxury, it followed suit that the flagship restaurant would fully reflect the swish, sumptuous nature of...
Review: Señor Lucas
It’s an unfortunate fact of life that any new Mexican in Warsaw is going to find itself benchmarked against the spectacular La Sirena, a place so fabulous as to make you feel sorry for the rest of the field – when it comes to providing competition, what’s the point...
Review: Baron The Family
Who Is He! The last ten years have seen Aleksander Baron evolve from maverick talent to something of a national treasure: credited with re-popularizing the country’s love affair with fermented products, his use of historic techniques and recipes from bygone times (and we’re talking several centuries here) is as...

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