This floating oasis of flavor, sat just off Pl. Konstytucji inside what was once the upstairs of Totomato, is an Indonesian gem that pretty much guarantees repeat visits. The menu has a street foodie edge and is divided into steps wherein diners first pick out their choice of protein (beef, chicken, seafood or vegan), then their rice (red, jasmine or vegetable), before concluding with any vegetables add-ons (e.g. pak choy, green beans or water spinach). While most Warsaw restaurants have a special lunch scheme going on, Warung’s is one that actually warrants a further look: find truly great off-menu dishes that are highly accessible to all levels of income.
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