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The Indian Hut

The Indian Hut

Restaurants 31 August 2017 0

An appalling flashback to dismal times, The Indian Hut is a timely reminder that not all is well in Warsaw’s Indian sector. Forget the cheap, empty interior, the real problem here is the food: for the Insider that meant a vindaloo that looked and tasted like it had been... Read more
Curry House Wola
From modest beginnings inside a flimsy Bielany-based cabin, Curry House have grown to become the dominant force when it comes to local Indian cuisine. Having expanded to include locations around Warsaw, their latest branch finds itself in Wola, slotting in within the boundaries of the emerging CBD. Presented inside... Read more
The Insider Food Diary
It’s been a busy few weeks for Warsaw, ergo it’s been a busy few weeks for the Insider: new venues, second looks, old timers and return visits – we’ve packed in the lot the last few weeks, with the highlights being thus… Warszawski Sznyt: wow. You feel so close... Read more
Curry Leaf

Curry Leaf

Restaurants 5 June 2017 0

The post-industrial style is diluted by the number of Indian trinkets hanging off the vents and pipes. Owned by the same crew behind the lauded Curry House, you’d be completely correct to assume consistency and excellence. Curry Leaf ul. Conrada 5, curryleaf.pl Read more
Bombaj Masala
Probably the best looking Indian restaurant in Warsaw. After a disappointing couple of years Bombaj have upped their game and made a sparkling return to form. Bland, oily dishes have been replaced with all the rich, intense tastes you’ve come to hope for. Bombaj Masala  Al. Jana Pawła II... Read more
Saffron Spices
Much appreciated by Wilanów’s British population, Saffron Spices is a reliable choice for the standard curries. Nothing complex here, but they do the basics very competently indeed. Saffron Spices ul. Klimczaka 20, saffronspices.pl Read more
Maharaja

Maharaja

Restaurants 19 March 2017 0

That’s progress for you: where once (a very long time ago), you’d have found Maharaja on the top floor of a decaying socialist block, today you’ll find it on the ground floor of one of Warsaw’s most prestigious residential projects. It’s shrunk in size considerably, and it looks more... Read more
Curry Leaves

Curry Leaves

Restaurants 10 March 2017 1

After a relatively strong start Curry Leaves have stuttered and stopped – defined by their weak, watery curries, a place that promised much has now settled for mediocrity instead. And then there’s the location, slap bang in the middle of the Hala Koszyki complex: as such, expect irritating elevator music... Read more
Notes: Sokotra

Notes: Sokotra

Blog 7 March 2017 0

It says a lot for Warsaw’s developing taste buds that it can now support a successful Yemeni venture. Opened five or so years back, Sokotra has evolved into a neighborhood stalwart, the kind of place whose mere presence on the street feels welcome and assuring. Casting a warm, steamy... Read more
Noce i Dnie

Noce i Dnie

BlogInsider News 13 February 2017 0

As far back as last summer seems, it’s not so distant as to render memories forgotten. Particularly lucid are recollections of the Nocny Market, the undisputed smash of the season. Set on the platform of a disintegrating train station, it was more than just an ultra cool street food... Read more