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The food of love
Behold, Valentine’s: an evening of flowers, frolics, flirting and… food. The Insider lifts the covers to find out what happens when chefs get romantic… Delizia ul. Hoża 58/60, www.delizia.com.pl Warsaw loves Italian food, but that doesn’t mean it does it well. How many restaurants serve below par dishes, thumped... Read more
A Night Made For Two
Finding Mr/Mrs Right is easy. The hard part is doing the right thing by them for Valentine’s Night. The Insider considers your options. “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have lost at all.” So go the words of Samuel Butler. Catchy you might think.... Read more
Chips Ahoy

Chips Ahoy

Features 9 June 2013 0

Forget the fast food joint with the big yellow arches, the capital is now being taken over by some top drawer fries with a much more European flavour. Poor Belgium. It really doesn’t get the credit it deserves. For a country that invented fries and has the best beer... Read more
All You Need is Love
The dating game is a loaded gun – yet this complicated sport becomes more intricate still when abroad. The Insider finds out the do’s and do not’s. I guess you could say I’m something of an accidental expert at finding love in the hostile trenches of Warsaw’s dating scene.... Read more
Love Matches

Love Matches

Features 9 June 2013 0

The Insider sorts through its library to see what that crazy little thing called love has done to the denizens of Warsaw in legend, literature and reality. The Original Love Story There’s many a yarn out there about how the Syrenka, the sword-and-shield-wielding symbol of Warsaw, established her foothold... Read more
Warszawa Wschodnia
U Kucharzy, I understand, means something along the lines of ‘eat with the chefs’. Well, that concept didn’t fall far from the Gessler family tree. But instead of joining the chefs plopping schabowy on your table, Adam Gessler’s son, Mateusz, took a hip leap across the Wisła to a... Read more
Papaya

Papaya

Restaurants 8 June 2013 0

A place of precise lines and slick finishes, Papaya has a varied menu that uses influences from all over Asia, though particularly Thailand. But the star attraction is Preecha Wongsomboon, a Thai chef who fuses cookery with cabaret from behind a teppanyaki grill – his skills draw gasps. But... Read more
D. Bramante 1928
One of the things I love to do is exploring the side streets to see what stores have opened, what’s closed and to look again at what historical remnant of the past still lingers about. Recently, one morning, I was walking down Wiejska and saw this new shop with... Read more
Mały Wojtek

Mały Wojtek

Restaurants 8 June 2013 0

Warsaw is a place that makes it hard to find the best bars. With no genuine drinking district, decent venues are often spread out across a large area or hidden away down back streets you might not even know exist. Take Mały Wojtek, a bar allegedly named after a... Read more
Nolita

Nolita

Restaurants 7 June 2013 0

The deluxe dining scene is filling out in Warsaw, and there’s now a few restaurants that can present an equitable claim for the No. 1 spot. However, it’s Nolita that perch at the top, with a menu that sees largely classical recipes through a sharp, modern prism – chef... Read more

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