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Posypane

Posypane

Restaurants 9 September 2018 1

Adding to the sense of a street on the up is Posypane, a casual pasta house with handmade pasta made fresh on the day and a choice that includes ravioli with chorizo as its star dish: talk about addictive. A cool design featuring kitchen implements, hanging ropes and exposed... Read more
Tutti Santi

Tutti Santi

Restaurants 10 May 2018 0

With a kitchen brigade trained by champion pizzaiola Valerio Valle you’d be right to expect something a few steps beyond your standard high street pizza. Cooked in a woodfired Valoriani oven, the attention to detail is something else: sauce from Pelati tomatoes, Milano salami and Farina Le 5 Stagioni... Read more
Dziurka od Klucza
An enchanting locale in which enigmatic, lavender-painted doors sit embedded into the walls, as if waiting to be magically opened by the mysterious keys that hang from the numerous interior details. Set with empty picture frames and cotton ball lights, interiors just don’t get any cuter. As for food,... Read more
Review: Otto Pompieri
Preconceptions: bad, aren’t they? You walk in expecting one thing and come out looking like a fool. So it was visiting Otto Pompieri. I’ll be frank, looking at the menu I made up my mind on the spot: “nah, don’t like it.” Why? Because I felt like I’d seen... Read more
Food Diary

Food Diary

Blog 30 November 2017 0

Otto Pompieri A revelationary new find with NYC-style pizza and an interior that’s retro Little Italy. With mood and food in perfect alignment, it’s a welcome addition to Warsaw’s pizza sector. Koreanka A brilliantly engaging courtyard hidey-hole – yet though the kimchi is spot-on, the bulgogi limp and largely... Read more
Otto Pompieri

Otto Pompieri

Restaurants 22 November 2017 0

Off-hand there’s about three or four pizzerias in Warsaw that really get it right, but Otto, this place gets it righter. If that’s not a word then apologies, the thing is that’s exactly what it is. The artichoke pizza is an orgy of melty greatness, but it’s the margherita... Read more
The Perfect Pizza!
Now in our sixth year of business, Da Gusto has become a staple of Powiśle: a restaurant that’s celebrated across the district for its intimate atmosphere and authentic tastes. Most of all though, it’s our pizza that we’re famed for. Traditional in every respect, we offer a comprehensive range... Read more
Leonardo Verde
Warsaw’s status as Central Europe’s vegetarian capital is reflected by the depth and diversity of its restaurant offer. No longer viewed as ‘cheap student food’, a number of venues have carried the vegetarian cause forward, demonstrating it sheer versatility. One such place is Leonardo Verde, a startlingly beautiful hangout... Read more
Miłość

Miłość

Partner news 31 March 2017 0

At a time when many of Warsaw’s bars and restaurants feel like vapid replications of each other (subway tiles, reclaimed furniture, hanging filament bulbs) there’s something about Miłość that’s striking and fresh. Two years old it might be, but it still feels every bit as innovative and original as... Read more
DaCurio

DaCurio

Restaurants 11 March 2017 0

Although it looks small and humble DaCurio have made quick work of amassing an enthusiastic following. Credit for that rests with the Roman-style pizza that comes sold by the slice. Made using Italian oils and flour, the pizzas here deserve the adulation they’ve received. DaCurio ul. Tamka 45A Read more