Accessed via a glass-ceilinged courtyard, Lobo presents itself in two parts: the first, a dark, fern-colored dining room, and the second, a more spacious area high on natural light and wood. It sits well alongside a culinary philosophy that values nature, with the modern Polish menu installing the humble apple as its hero ingredient – a thought that extends to the drinks, with artesian ciders something of a forte. Seasonal in style, plates include pumpkin pancakes with salmon gravlax to heftier mains such as beef loin on smoked parsnip puree. Everything we tasted was an absolute success, and something of a loving tribute to the tastes of Poland.
ul. Noakowskiego 16