Reviews

Review: Mykonos
The Where… Once rundown and abandoned, Wola’s eastern rump is set to become a poster child for regeneration thanks, largely, to the Browary Warszawskie project. Covering the area that once housed the 19th century Haberbusch & Schiele brewery, the plot as been subject to rigorous work over the past...
Review: Vegan Ramen Shop
Beginning life as a touring pop-up, the success of Vegan Ramen Shop necessitated the launch of a more permanent space in 2017 – the brand has snowballed ever since. This month, we visited their newest space on JPII: here’s what we found. What Others Say Ranked seventh overall in...
Eating Out: Restauracja Forty
Not often, but it happens, that along comes a restaurant that fills your world with dazzling new colors – and God knows, don’t we need a bit of that following the lockdown in Spring. Of course, that Forty would be good was kind of expected. Fired out from the...
Review: Zkurczybyk
On A Wing & A Prayer As if delivered from the heavens, the wingmen of Warsaw have a new house of worship… Described by The Guardian as “God’s greatest gift to the planet”, the Buffalo wing (so named after the city, not the horned beast), has finally flapped its...
Friday Night: Beer of the Week!
The pubs might be closed but the breweries ain’t! And neither, for that matter, are the off-licenses. Having gone overboard on ‘foreign stuff’ last week, this Friday we’re keeping it local – and it doesn’t get more local than Palatum. Recognized as Warsaw’s first bona fide craft brewery, they’ve...
Review: MariCruz_mission burrito
Mission: Accomplished! Born in San Francisco half-a-century back, the “Mission burrito” has touched down in Warsaw… Where Am I? You’ll find more elbow room on a submarine, but the tight dimensions of MariCruz simply add to the atmosphere. Exuding the rackety, rickety feeling of a food shack, it’s an...
Valentine’s: Drinks For Two
With dinner done comes the next Valentine’s quandary – where to head for post-prandial drinks? 12 on 14 ul. Noakowskiego 16 For a country with such a noble jazz tradition the paucity of dedicated clubs in the capital feels like an aberration. Doing a sterling job of filling that...
Review: Muus

Review: Muus

Reviews 1 February 2020 0

Warsaw’s taste for luxury desserts has not waned, but Muus steps into new territory by offering something that feels modern yet also strangely homely. Inside a pretty pink interior adorned with gold trim and big, bold succulents, this bijou space could have been designed with Instagram in mind –...
Review: Bułkę przez Bibułkę
City Slicker Already present in four locations across Warsaw, the team at Bułkę przez Bibułkę have kicked off the new year by revealing their most ambitious project to date… Good Looking? Like their other ventures, there’s an enduring feeling of warmth and that’s despite the outsized dimensions: set in...
Review: Asfalt
For The Record The combination of vinyl and coffee ain’t nothing new, but at Asfalt you feel that the very heart of the concept has been completely remastered. Helping that is a choice of tunes that’s nothing if not alternative: reggae, dub, hip hop, funk, soul and a little...

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