Though best known as Warsaw’s principal source of craft beer, Nowogrodzka is starting to show it’s more than just a one-trick pony. Helping the food angle along is this newbie, a tiny Korean joint with an even smaller menu.
So far so good, with the bulgogi arguably being the best we’ve tried this year.
Expect: low-to-mid-range prices, lively service and a design that doesn’t go far beyond a wall of greenery and plant life.
In fairness, they don’t need much more: it’s feels and tastes like a neighborhood joint should.
And, of course, plus points for their proximity to one of Warsaw’s best pints. When you’re done with the food, head three meters to your right to find Kufle i Kapsle, a multi-tap pub with a peerless reputation.
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