Street Art: Ursynów

Street Art: Ursynów

Features 14 February 2020 0

The Great Walls Of… Ursynów A new mural paying homage to a classic TV show has joined several others that have given the dormitory suburb a bold, vibrant swagger… Already responsible for several large format murals across Ursynów, the Bakcyl Studio agency found themselves again in the spotlight at... Read more
Pogromcy Meatów Ursynów
Expect more of the same from Pogromcy Meatów, purveyors of the best sandwiches found in Warsaw. Expanding to the dormitory suburb of Ursynów, find this legendary outfit serving up macho, meaty combos inside made-on-the-day artisan buns: of the examples, few shine brighter than the Korean duck, a gorgeous food... Read more
Vyceska

Vyceska

Going Out 15 October 2017 0

Once regarded as ‘the land that pubs forgot’, Ursynów is getting its act together. Found as it is inside a warehouse-style building amid lots of commie concrete, Vyceska’s smart interiors are something of a surprise: heavy black finishes interspersed with streaks of daffodil yellow and natural wood. Overcoming the... Read more
Dżungla

Dżungla

Restaurants 10 May 2017 0

Dżungla presents two Warsaw trends and unites them under one roof: craft beer and vegan food. They might sound like they make for odd bedfellows, but there’s nothing wrong with the results. Despite the panda motif and Asian-style wood-clad interior, the menu’s focus is wider than imagined and includes... Read more
The Beer Bar

The Beer Bar

Going Out 17 April 2016 0

No residential suburb has grasped Poland’s ‘piwo-lution’ with the quite the same enthusiasm as Ursynów. With inside seating for little more than 15 or so customers, The Beer Bar is possibly the smallest of the nightlife additions, but it makes up for these shortcomings through its friendly welcome and... Read more
The Beer Bar

The Beer Bar

Going Out 4 April 2016 0

Technically a multi-tap bar, but given its size a mini-tap would be a better description: there’s ten beers on draught, but trying to fit more than ten people inside this space could become a struggle. That though gives this place it’s rather unique charm. Small, dark and modern, this... Read more
Beczka

Beczka

Going Out 10 March 2016 0

Where it was once derided as a place bereft of bars, latter day Kabaty is the land of the rising pint. Looking a little slapdash in its interior, there’s nothing wrong with the beer: a belting line-up of the Polish cult brews, not to mention a few surprising international... Read more
Rani

Rani

Restaurants 9 October 2015 0

Mere steps from Metro Natolin, this restaurant’s catchment area goes beyond just Ursynów. Owner Samir is a self-confessed foodie, and his vision includes a contemporary Indian menu that features pan-seared cod with turmeric, tomato salsa and mint chutney – wonderful. Rani will also please the traditionalists, with everything from... Read more
Pociąg do Piwa

Pociąg do Piwa

Going Out 31 August 2015 0

Jumping onto the multi-tap bandwagon is Pociąg do Piwa, a smallish locale whose one design element is a steam engine traced into the wall using bottle tops. There’s 12 taps in all, and they primarily distribute cult Polish beers from the likes of Pinta and AleBrowar. The fridge is... Read more
Syzyszka Chmielu

Syzyszka Chmielu

Going Out 14 August 2015 0

The beer scene is Ursynów is seriously hopping up. First came Pociąg Do Piwa, then Vyceska, and now this tongue twister. The 14 taps offer largely safe local options, so head to the fridge for adventurous brews from the likes of Mikeller, AleSmith and Nogne O. In an added... Read more