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La Catrina

La Catrina

Restaurants 20 May 2018 0

A cheerful Mexican joint with a neighborly spirit and a jaunty pair of rooms decorated with the requisite cacti and sombreros – never a bad sign, it’s small enough to hear the Mexican chef bantering with the owners. The menu doesn’t reach far beyond tacos, burritos and quesadillas, but... Read more
Preview: La Catrina

Preview: La Catrina

Blog 16 May 2018 0

Few things stir excitement more than the opening of a new Mexican restaurant. Taking the spot once occupied by Café Baobab, La Catrina add further diversity to Saska with a concise menu of Mexican goodies served inside jaunty interiors set with cacti and sombreros. How was it? Either see... Read more


RestaurantsShopping 25 March 2018 0

Joining the dots between butcher, deli and bistro, Mięsny presents a smattering of wooden tables inside a monochrome floored, white tiled interior adorned with graphic illustrative wall art depicting tasty farmyard animals. Views look onto a busy butcher’s counter while the menu is a short rundown of carnivorous pleasures:... Read more
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... Read more
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... Read more
The Bell

The Bell

Restaurants 11 June 2017 0

Cascading with greenery and plant life, The Bell’s back garden is one of Warsaw’s best kept summer secrets: a verdant sanctuary in which time seems to pause. Just right for Saska Kepa, the sense of casual chic extends to an intelligent menu that’s been designed by the gifted Jan... Read more
Food Trucks Return
Nearly 100 food trucks are expected to converge on the National Stadium this weekend as part of the eighth edition of Żarcia Na Kółkach. Officially signaling the start of the ‘food truck season’, highlights of this year’s event include an appearance and live cooking by Tomasz Jakubiak, a TV... Read more
The One @ Francuska 3
After a sensational summer in which The One’s garden became a seasonal star, this restaurant has settled back into mediocrity. The food is well presented but, in truth, little more than an average assembly of Polish dishes with a contemporary spin. The stark looking interiors, meanwhile, feel better suited for... Read more
Viet Street Food Bistro
What started as a mere food truck has evolved into a proper sit down space. Recgonized as the source of the best Vietnamese chow this country has ever seen, find steaming bowls of pho and fabulous banh mi baguettes on sale. Viet Street Food Bistro ul. Królowej Aldony 5/2 Read more
Octopus October!
Where Warsaw is concerned, no food has spread its tentacles in recent months as much as octopus. While once it was a relative rarity in Warsaw’s restaurants, today its commonplace, usually given big billing on the menu and plenty of promotion on Facebook. Despite its burgeoning profile, it remains... Read more