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Eating Out: Syrena Irena
Despite being such a staple of the Polish diet – not to mention one of the country’s most famous culinary exports – dumpling restaurants have traditionally been low-impact affairs aimed more at oldies and traditionalists rather than any other demographic (e.g. people below fifty). True, in many ways that... Read more
Eating Out: Muzealna
Not to be mistaken for a fuddy-duddy museum experience, Muzealna captures the essence of modern Polish food and design… Location, Location, Location Dating from the inter-war years, the modernist edifice housing the National Museum in Warsaw strikes nothing if not a powerful pose – passing it outside, it’s impossible... Read more
Coffee Culture: Po Drodze
Offering up the perfect blend of design, coffee and atmospher, Po Drodze epitomizes everything you want from your neighborhood cafe… Opened a couple of weeks before the first lockdown (oops!), Po Drodze’s management would have been forgiven for seeking out the nearest clifftop and driving right off it. Instead,... Read more
Cybermachina: the future of bars!
Players Ready: but are you? Discover the games pub taking Warsaw by storm! Where Is It? The Nowy Świat addy is a deception. Find Cybermachina not on the main high street but rather behind it on ul. Gałczyńskiego. Set in a labyrinthine basement unit just past the very decent... Read more
Review: Frank
Established as one of country’s most recognizable chefs, Aleksander Baron has returned to action… and it’s not Polish food he’s cooking, but German! Baron: A Reintroduction From kitchen rebel to national treasure, the last ten years or so have seen Aleksander Baron grow to become one of the dominant... Read more
Eating Out: Veganda
Backdrop Looking at it from above, it’s easy to divide Zbawiciela into six segments: you’ve got the slice that houses the church; the vibey bit with Plan B and Charlotte; the office block; the café curve; and the bit no-one hangs around on. Finally, there’s the portion with Veganda.... Read more
An Indian Legend: Karma
A case of instant karma? Certainly, you don’t wait long for good things to happen in Karma… Coordinates Third time lucky? The last few years have seen Karma serve-up in the city center, out in Mokotów before finally settling up north next door to Muranów. With an entrance half-hidden... Read more
Dessert Of The Month: Domo Bake
Hidden under Poniatowski Bridge, Domo Bake redefines the artisanal dessert landscape… Nicknamed ‘the Sugar Queen’, Dominika Małysiak has earned every jewel in her baking crown through perseverance, creativity and dedication. Entirely self-taught, she’s become one of the brightest beacons of Poland’s baking community…  The Proof Is In The Pudding... Read more
Restaurant Of The Week: La Vegana
Vietnamese-inspired, but featuring no shortage of other Asian options, this plant-based restaurant proves an unexpected hit… Look From the very point of entry, there’s something likeable about La Vegana. Interior-wise, money has been spent wisely on a design that blends teal colors with wood finishes, wicker extras and statuettes... Read more
Amun: Kebab of the Month!
Another month and another magical discovery on the kebab front… When we proclaimed Fazir to be Poland’s best kebab last month we unwittingly unleashed something of a war. “So you’ve visited every kebab store in the country,” scoffed one unhappy critic; “bullshit,” opined another. And gosh, that was in... Read more

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