Rest.Baczewskich
Seemingly designed to make visitors go ‘woah’, Baczewskich is nothing if not a fully-fledged exercise in unrestrained fancy: a composition of plush fabrics, gleaming glassware, framed certificates and contemporary extravagance, the high impact visuals set the tone for a distinguished few hours dining on the cuisine of Old Poland... Read more
Notes: Polana Smaków
Compact and woodsy, Polana Smaków has lost none of its copious magic since trading a no-man’s land location for city center Warsaw: from tiled stoves and jars filled with mysterious fermentations, everything about this place radiates warm, rural charm. We love our visits here, and that’s partly because no... Read more
Notes: Rest. Baczewskich

Notes: Rest. Baczewskich

Blog 16 February 2020 0

Well let’s ask this – just who on earth doesn’t enjoy eating in a palace. Seemingly designed to make visitors go ‘woah’, Baczewskich is nothing if not a fully-fledged exercise in unrestrained fancy: a composition of plush fabrics, gleaming glassware, framed certificates and contemporary extravagance, the high impact visuals... Read more
Review: Epoka
The Dawn Of A New Epoch Seizing its inspirations from the past, Epoka boldly takes fine dining in fresh, new directions… Four or five years ago it was all about fine dining: it was in these restaurants that the exciting stuff was happening. Shelling out a grand for dinner?... Read more
Review: Fest

Review: Fest

FeaturesReviews 3 December 2019 0

There are those that claim Fest’s best months are in summer, and sure, their argument is convincing: hidden down twisting roads flanked by glinting waters and thick, tangled woodland, it’s an unexpected picture of pastoral bliss – every bit as satisfying as arriving to a rural refuge. But make... Read more
Świętoszek Tartuffe
Renovated by the renowned stage designers Marcin and Mateusz Stajewski, this subterranean venue is set with arcing brick walls and polished bits of fancy: elegant enough for something special yet casual enough for walk-ins. Originally founded in 1986 by the Theater Guild as a space in which performers could... Read more
Kuchnia Czwerwony Rower
Identified by the red bike hanging outside, this canteen-style affair is an antidote to the rampant monetization of Praga. Aiming to get those with social problems back on track, this social project hands the initiative back to those down on their look by providing employment in their kitchen. Simple... Read more
Review: Lobo

Review: Lobo

FeaturesReviews 7 November 2019 0

Accessed via a striking glass-ceilinged courtyard, Lobo presents itself in two parts: the first, a dark, fern-colored dining room with a show-stealing tree installation; and the second, a more spacious area high on natural light and soft, blond wood. It’s an environment in which you’d be equally happy to... Read more
The Farm

The Farm

Restaurants 24 October 2019 0

The clue’s in the name. Preaching a message of farm-to-fork, this Mokotowska eatery takes its produce seriously – to the extent they have their own farm in the lake district to the north. Subject to frequent change, menu items include Porcini terrine, apple-fed pork with smoked plum, or Mazurian... Read more
Lobo Bistro

Lobo Bistro

Restaurants 14 October 2019 0

Accessed via a glass-ceilinged courtyard, Lobo presents itself in two parts: the first, a dark, fern-colored dining room, and the second, a more spacious area high on natural light and wood. It sits well alongside a culinary philosophy that values nature, with the modern Polish menu installing the humble... Read more