Neighborhood Watch: The Best of Saska Kępa
Mięsny  ul. Walecznych 64 This butcher / deli / bistro is arguably the principal reason foodies visit Saska and its popularity hasn’t waned since the lockdown. From the counter, order such goodies as pastrami, roast beef, porchetta, regional hams and locally produced pates, while from the menu, enjoy a...
Fine Dining Week
The fifth edition of Fine Dining Week kicks-off on August 29th, with a record six Polish cities signed up to participate. The basis is straight-forward: for the full duration of the festival, restaurants will offer a custom-made five-course menu that can be enjoyed for PLN 119. Essentially, this is your opportunity...
Review: Na Sushi
Sleek, dark and dominated by a lush picture of a breathtaking waterfall, at Na Sushi a smart crowd join forces around a horseshoe-shaped bar to click chopsticks over a top pedigree menu high on enticements: eel rolls with marinated pumpkin and sriracha wrapped in torched yellowtail and lime; spicy...


Restaurants 28 December 2017 0

Maybe it’s not the best, but it’s certainly the best-known Korean restaurant in town. The tabletop BBQ sets are an essential order and ideal for the shared bonding experience. It all tastes even better with copious quantities of Makkoli wine. Sora ul. Wronia 45
Koszyki Tenants Announced!
The cat’s out of the bag! After months of suspense and speculation the owners of Hala Koszyki have officially announced the new tenants that will form the core of their food and beverage offer. Ones to watch include the Port Royal Fish & Oyster Bar, Curry Leaves, Bierhalle, two...
Restaurants: Warsaw In Brief
The Top Table That they own the only Michelin stars in Poland says much about both Senses and Atelier Amaro (pictured below): moments of pure theater are matched by cooking of such inspiration it often distorts into fantasy. L’enfant Terrible enjoy a similarly adventurous reputation though a far less...


BlogRestaurants 3 June 2016 0

Traditionally under-utilized, the last few years have seen a concerted attempt to breathe life into Warsaw’s riverbanks. This summer sees new peaks being reached, and that’s largely due to a medley of new openings, among them Munchies. Set on a moored barge, find a venue that fills multiples roles:...
Trattoria Murano
Boosted by a number of new real estate projects, Muranów is in the midst of an unlikely renaissance. A direct knock-on has been the birth of numerous restaurants, though few can compete with Trattoria Murano. Looking dapper with its zigzagging brick patterns, circular lights, and smart large terrace, the...
A Mexican Grave

A Mexican Grave

Blog 24 November 2015 0

Two things I love: tap bars and burritos. So guess how happy I was when I heard about a place downtown serving both craft beer and Mexican food. But if that sounds too good to be true, well, it is. The place: apparently new, but it doesn’t feel it....
The Second Coming

The Second Coming

Reviews 13 November 2015 0

A new venue leads the renaissance of Próżna street… By Alex Webber | Photographs by Kevin Demaria First came the builders, rehabilitating the area in a way no-one could have imagined. Then came the restaurants. The latest, to that effect, is Kieliszki na Próżnej (Glasses on Próżna), so named...

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