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Drukarnia

Drukarnia

Restaurants 27 October 2017 0

Wrapped inside an ugly 1950s facade, this former printing house unravels to expose a sensational interior high on retro pieces: jagged-shaped stone floor tiles, a red neon and stern Socialist era statuettes lend a heavy PRL accent, though the big statement at Drukarnia is supplied courtesy of the architecture...
Review: Bazar Kocha
As rain tips down and leaves lose their luster, thoughts turn to what lies ahead: autumn. Will it be damp and soggy? You bet. But the coming weeks also promise a pallet of exquisite colors and vivid sensations. Meticulously in tune with the shifts in the weather, few places...
Orzo

Orzo

Restaurants 3 October 2017 0

Functioning until recently as Aioli by Mini, the subsequent rebrand has seen the industrial interiors enhanced by a mother lode of plant life and greenery. Other changes include the addition of orzo-based dishes as well as a new motto that asserts their connection to ‘people, music, nature’. A cynical...
Bistro Spatif

Bistro Spatif

Restaurants 17 September 2017 0

***CLOSED*** Beautiful people need beautiful places. Therefore, it’s a surprise that Mokotowska is so wanting when it comes to daytime venues to break from boutique binging. Bistro Spatif redresses the balance presenting a narrow room that announces itself in a blast of tropical turquoise, bare brickwork and pristine parquet....
Maui Bistro

Maui Bistro

Restaurants 26 August 2017 1

Tiki-style interiors pitch palm fronds against aquamarine and electric pink furnishings: yet despite the overt Polynesian theme, the menu is broad in its brushstrokes – giant cocobowls, hummus, tapas, tagliatelle and the area’s top burger. Maui Bistro ul. Kazachska 3 (enter from ul. Herbu Szreniawa)
Koko & Roy

Koko & Roy

Restaurants 1 August 2017 0

How’s this for a makeover – what was formerly Bacio, a grotto-style den festooned with trinkets, has reemerged as a smart eatery with a warm, pared-down design that’s ripe for modern times. American-owned, it’s a place that seeks to present a different side to US-cuisine: not the run-of-the-mill stuff...
Review: Stixx
No Warsaw district has experienced quite such a profound transformation as Wola. Once a byword for urban decay, what was once a sad, dusty wasteland has blossomed to become the business district of tomorrow. Nowhere symbolizes this revolution as much as Pl. Europejski: but while the temptation is to...
Review: The Bell
The Place Always, the temptation exists to carve the city in two: Warsaw A (the left side) and Warsaw B (the right side). Doing so, however, overlooks that there’s also a Warsaw A Plus. Consider that to be Saska Kępa. An affluent enclave of elegance and class, The Bell...
Miejsce

Miejsce

Restaurants 28 June 2017 0

A beautiful, modern floating facility with indoor and outdoor seating: so no worries about inclement weather. With midnight closing hours, it’s more a restrained place to eat and drink rather than a full-on frat party riot. Miejsce ul. Zaruskiego
Review: Warszawski Sznyt
A good view can do many things, but what it can’t do is make an ordinary meal great. There is no magic wand for that. You would think that’s an obvious point, yet it doesn’t stop many restaurants – particularly those in touristy areas – from using attractive vantage...

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