Greek

Review: Mykonos
The Where… Once rundown and abandoned, Wola’s eastern rump is set to become a poster child for regeneration thanks, largely, to the Browary Warszawskie project. Covering the area that once housed the 19th century Haberbusch & Schiele brewery, the plot as been subject to rigorous work over the past...
Neighborhood Watch: The Best of Saska Kępa
Mięsny  ul. Walecznych 64 This butcher / deli / bistro is arguably the principal reason foodies visit Saska and its popularity hasn’t waned since the lockdown. From the counter, order such goodies as pastrami, roast beef, porchetta, regional hams and locally produced pates, while from the menu, enjoy a...
Review: Mr. Greek Souvlaki
With Warsaw’s ethnic options branching into increasingly diverse directions, there have been times when more familiar cuisines have often felt neglected. Take Greek, for instance, a sector that appears to have floundered and flatlined since its heyday many moons ago. The balance, however, stands to be redressed, and that’s...
Notes: Mr. Greek Souvlaki

Notes: Mr. Greek Souvlaki

Blog 30 September 2019 0

With Warsaw’s ethnic options branching into increasingly diverse directions, there have been times when more familiar cuisines have often felt forgotten. Take Greek, for instance, a sector that appears to have floundered and flatlined since its heyday many moons back. The balance, however, stands to be redressed, and all...
Maho

Maho

Restaurants 25 October 2017 0

Maho feels like it’s located at the end of the earth – but its distance deters no-one, least of all its army of hardcore followers. Why are they there? The answer is a Turkish grill that takes you right to the heart of this glorious cuisine. Highly recommended is...
Octopus October!
Where Warsaw is concerned, no food has spread its tentacles in recent months as much as octopus. While once it was a relative rarity in Warsaw’s restaurants, today its commonplace, usually given big billing on the menu and plenty of promotion on Facebook. Despite its burgeoning profile, it remains...
Falafel Plus

Falafel Plus

Restaurants 8 September 2016 0

This bright and breezy Mediterranean themed joint pushes forward Warsaw’s growing mania for falafel while also bringing to the table several Greek inspired choices. Light and fresh, this is cuisine that sets you up for the rest of the day. Falafel Plus ul. Marszałkowska 6  
Tawerna Patris

Tawerna Patris

Restaurants 3 September 2016 0

Recall the days of summer island hopping inside Patris, a cheerful restaurant with a celebratory, family atmosphere. Decked out in typical tavern style, classics such as moussaka and suvlaki always go down a storm. Taverna Patris ul Wał Miedzeszyński 407, tawernapatris.pl
iGrek

iGrek

Restaurants 26 August 2016 0

Modernizing the whole concept of how Greek restaurants look and feel, iGrek have also made this cuisine extremely accessible: if you’re on the move, choose from a number of readymade cold dishes. One source of pride is their stock of olive oils imported from Crete. iGrek ul. Zwycięzców 28...
Paros

Paros

Restaurants 29 July 2015 0

Out of all of Warsaw’s Greek contributions Paros dazzles most with a glitzy look that’s a complete U-turn from the typical taverna look. Owned by the same team behind El Greco, the menu is identical, though a recent visit revealed a kitchen resting on its laurels – not one plate on our table was finished.

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