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Eating Out: The Eatery
Moving to a more central GPS, The Eatery’s migration is good news for the city… Looking back at 2021, one of our undisputed gastro highlights was the discovery of The Eatery. Among other words, we called it “bloody brilliant”, “fabulous”, and “the most unexpected surprise of the year”. Yep,... Read more
Going Out: Brać
By thrusting domestic wines into the spotlight, Brać rip-up convention and do something special… You wouldn’t say it had flatlined, but a couple of years ago you would have been forgiven for accusing Warsaw’s wine scene of getting a little sleepy – if you were a wine bar, it... Read more
Going Out: Warsaw’s Cat Cafe!
In Purr Purr, feline good is good enough… Primer Opened during that time when Poland was hopping in and out of lockdowns, Purr Purr didn’t have the best start in life – yet despite these significant early challenges it’s grown to become a legend of Muranów (and beyond). In... Read more
Eating Out: L’emotion
Trust the French to bring us Warsaw’s best croissant… Background Growing up together in Brittany – and even attending the same kindergarten – L’emotion was created by childhood friends Benoit and Thibaut. Joining forces with Dorota, the trio launched a stand in Hala Gwardii whilst simultaneously carving a reputation... Read more
Eating Out: Lychees
Lychees give a contemporary twist to the art of brunch… Ah, brunch – not quite breakfast, not quite lunch, but it comes with a little slice of fruit somewhere on the plate. A phenomenon that suits all hip cities, and catering to a bleary-eyed crowd looking to regroup from... Read more
Coffee Time: Błysk
In Żoliborz, a tiny café is making a big noise among the local coffee afficionados… You will find smaller cafes in Poland, just not all that many. Roughly the size of a shoebox, it’s little surprise that the moment the sun peeks out most customers decamp to the tables... Read more
Eating Out: Japonki
Vying for the title of Warsaw’s smallest restaurant, Japonki will leave you wowed… There’s a saying in English that “three’s a crowd”. In Japonki, that’s actually true. Seating just three people (“we’ll squeeze in four if you all know each other,” laughs the chef), the dimensions are so tight... Read more
Going Out: Być Może
Beautifully ascetic, Być Może has become one of the year’s big debuts… Likened by some to a Disney castle, and by others to New York’s Dakota building (think Rosemary’s Baby), the property occupying the corner of Lwowska and Koszykowa has long been viewed as one of Warsaw’s golden pre-war... Read more
Going Out: Macondo
Discover a sunny South American jewel hiding around the murky arches of Poniatowski Bridge… Find It A stone’s throw from the cosmic 1960s saucer building that once acted as the ticket hall for Warszawa Powiśle station, find Macondo buried in the base of one of the supporting towers that... Read more
Cafe Scene: El Cafetero
Subtly sneaked away from the clamor of Marszałkowska, El Cafetero is the neighborhood secret that all need to know… A Family Affair First born as a roastery overseen by a father and son, El Cafetero’s growing reputation all but demanded a café in which their results could be showcased.... Read more