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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
Donut Day: What, Where When!
We’ve got that Thursday feeling! Falling this year on February 16th, there can be few days in Poland more deeply cherished than Tłusty Czwartek… Rooted in Poland’s devoutly religious psyche, historically-speaking the last Thursday before the Lent holiday was traditionally a day on which worshippers would feast on goodies... Read more
The Muranów Street Food Revolution!
Forming an inverted L-shape, the area around Nowolipki and Jana Pawła has become something of a mecca of authentic street food tastes… Achi Achi Jana Pawła 41A This lively little joint gives Japanese food a new spin with its presentation of on-the-run fried foods served in various combinations. Topped... Read more
Browary Named Best In The World
Finishing the year on a high, Browary Warszawskie has been named ‘the best in the world’ after topping the Best Urban Regeneration category at the MAPIC Awards. Designed by JEMS Architecki for Echo Investment, the mixed use project beat off competition from French and Spanish entrants to finish top... Read more
Warsaw’s Food Halls & Happenings
The easing of covid restrictions has been marked by the reactivation of Warsaw’s food halls – following a ‘safety first’ approach by stringently following the requisite hygiene measures, distancing rules and safety guidelines, it is in these food and drink hubs you’ll find the spirit of modern Warsaw! Elektrownia... Read more
Little Italy

Little Italy

Reviews 10 January 2019 0

Small is beautiful down in Powiśle… BY ALEX WEBBER | PHOTOS BY KEVIN DEMARIA These are interesting times to be in Powiśle. If there was an unspoken fear that the closure of Solec 44 was the signal for all life to end, then that fear has proved ill-founded. Powiśle,... Read more
Koszyki Tenants Announced!
The cat’s out of the bag! After months of suspense and speculation the owners of Hala Koszyki have officially announced the new tenants that will form the core of their food and beverage offer. Ones to watch include the Port Royal Fish & Oyster Bar, Curry Leaves, Bierhalle, two... Read more
Restaurants: Warsaw In Brief
The Top Table That they own the only Michelin stars in Poland says much about both Senses and Atelier Amaro (pictured below): moments of pure theater are matched by cooking of such inspiration it often distorts into fantasy. L’enfant Terrible enjoy a similarly adventurous reputation though a far less... Read more
Fine Dining Week
Warsaw’s first ever ‘fine dining week’ aims to showcase the higher end of the capital’s restaurant scene: for zł. 119 diners will be able to enjoy a tailor-made 5-course tasting menu at a number of upmarket restaurants. “During the festival,” say the organizers, “we’ll be aiming to show that... Read more
Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week

Blog 5 April 2016 0

Now in its third year of life, the latest edition of Restaurant Week promises to be the biggest so far with nine Polish cities taking part, and 61 Warsaw restaurants confirmed at press time. For those unfamiliar with the event, the premise is straightforward: for the duration of the... Read more