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Review: Krem

Review: Krem

Reviews 6 May 2017 0

From Provence to Paris in less than 20 minutes – possible? Not really, but there is the next best thing. First, head down to Monsieur Leon, a cafe-style venue best known for it’s rustic sense of simplicity and honest hospitality. After, Krem, a chic city center hangout with all...
Krem

Krem

Restaurants 22 March 2017 0

From the same owners as Monsieur Leon comes Krem and the difference could not be more pronounced. While the former is characterized by its rustic sense of simplicity, Krem has more of a swank Parisian look featuring monochrome floor tiles, marble-topped tables, flashes of artwork and retro-styled mirrors –...
Notes: Bez Tytułu

Notes: Bez Tytułu

Blog 10 November 2016 0

There’s a beauty to this restaurant that causes guests to stop a moment and soak it all in. Classy yet discreet, the interiors set art and photography against rehabilitated brickwork while pendant bulbs cast a soft light downwards. The classic cooking has French and Polish accents and has so...
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Reviews 27 October 2016 0

Warsaw has seen a growth in unique places or, at least, places that claim that they are. Too often they disappoint. Not on account of their overall quality, just the fact that, actually, they aren’t unique in the slightest – for instance, what’s special about dining on the ground...
La Cocotte Saska

La Cocotte Saska

Restaurants 19 September 2016 0

Already well regarded on account of a highly successful venture just off Pl. Zbawiciela, La Cocotte have spread their wings to set up shop in scenic Saska. A typical French-style bistro / wine bar, the offer includes a brief but largely brilliant menu whose main strength is its mussels....
Bistro La Cocotte
With access through a shadowy courtyard, the sensation you’re stepping inside a little secret is a pleasure in itself. Presenting itself in a riot of red and white gingham Cocotte feels warm and intimate, a factor aided by a small open kitchen and the atmosphere of home. The menu,...
L’Arc

L’Arc

Reviews 31 July 2016 0

Celebrity chef Mark Hix has called it ‘one of the finest things in the world to eat’, while other kitchen stars such as Gordon Ramsay and Jamie Oliver have all rallied round in recent years to sing its praises. Highly sustainable, healthy and rich in protein, it’s little wonder...
Batida

Batida

Restaurants 12 November 2015 0

You visit Batida for the atmosphere, for that sense of history and tradition. Touting the kind of interiors that make you feel tiny, the Belgian-style pralines and chocolates also deserve a tip of the hat. If nothing else, it’s a Warsaw classic. Batida Marszałkowska 53, batida.pl
Petit Appetit

Petit Appetit

Restaurants 28 July 2015 0

A bit of French you say? Step in. There’s an atmosphere here that melts regulars and tourists into one. An easy coexistence that reveals a lot about the very soul of the place: café, hangout, bistro. Small choice but good results.

L’Arc

L’Arc

Restaurants 1 July 2015 0

A place of considered elegance, subtle decorations and monochrome colors. They’re especially noted for their obsessive attitude towards seafood (pick from five types of oysters, or delve into the fish tank for the lobster of your choosing), inventive mains and desserts that are heaven. L’Arc ul. Puławska 16, tel....

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