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Notes: Sato Gotuje

Notes: Sato Gotuje

Blog 8 November 2017 0

The tastes of Asia and the Orient are growing increasingly prominent in Warsaw, and not just the posh stuff, but the kind of food you’d look to search out in a back alley market on a backpacking jaunt. Representing Japan in all this is Sato Gotuje, a place that’s...
Food & Drink Diary

Food & Drink Diary

Blog 10 September 2017 0

No blog for three weeks!? Sorry, it’s called being busy! Not too busy, however, to forget to take pics of the places I’ve visited – below, the highs (and lows) of those past missing weeks: Considerably more casual than their other ventures, the new Le Cedre Lounge has made a...
Review: Fat Buddha
Idolized one moment, forgotten the next, few streets encapsulate the boom and bust nature of Warsaw’s after dark scene better than Mazowiecka. Having represented the very pinnacle of the city’s social life for much of the Naughty Noughties, the last few years saw numerous pioneering venues fall between the...
Youmiko Vegan Sushi
Well-established in Kraków, Youmiko enter Warsaw’s vegan sushi market hot on the heels of Edamame nearby. There’s definitely more of a hipster, ‘urban guerrilla’ feel to Youmiko, but the sushi is every bit a success. Often better than ‘the real thing’. Youmiko Vegan Sushi ul. Hoża 62
Silk & Spicy Francuska 49
Having achieved success on the left side of Warsaw, Silk & Spicy have crossed the Wisla to open a new venture on the fringe of Saka Kepa. Following precisely the same formula, anticipate a slick black / gold design and a menu that strives to represent Thai and Japanese...
Fat Buddha

Fat Buddha

Restaurants 24 July 2017 0

A massive project from the same people behind The View: as such, expect a glittery crowd and lux interiors that are polished, sensual and primed for high living. Reports suggest a faultless Japanese menu that extends beyond sushi: full report coming soon! Fat Buddha ul. Mazowiecka 2/4
YakoTako

YakoTako

Restaurants 16 July 2017 0

Naked bar the tables and chairs you eat on, YakoTako takes the concept of Japanese minimalism to extremes. The stripped down approach is also applied to the menu, a simple affair that presents two types of dishes: takoyaki (deep-fried octopus) and okonomiyaki (a cabbage-based pancake). Representative of Japanese street...
Notes: YakoTako

Notes: YakoTako

Blog 10 July 2017 0

The tastes of Asia and the Orient are growing increasingly prominent in Warsaw, and not just the posh stuff, but the kind of food you’d actively seek out in a back alley market on a backpacking jaunt. Recently, the spotlight has focused on Japan: first, on Sato Gotuje, and...
Matcha Tea House
Spring wouldn’t be spring without a new bar or cafe trying its luck on Pl. Zbawiciela. Renting the space once occupied by the legendary Bastylia, Matcha certainly have a big pair of boots to fill – but fill them they might. Beyond an comprehensive choice of match, find also...
Notes: Youmiko

Notes: Youmiko

Blog 9 March 2017 0

When Youmiko opened their Warsaw op in February, 2016, it was to widespread acclaim. Everyone – no exception – loved it. Thing is, this is Warsaw: it doesn’t take long for restaurants to get comfortable and sit on their laurels. But it’s not what you do in the first...

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