Żurawina announce themselves with a burst of jarring modern art set against dentist colors and interiors that include such peculiarities as a set of indoor swings. Aimed firmly at movers on the style scene, it’s at times hard to feel entirely comfortable. That’s as much the fault of the staff as it is the crowd. Our waiter was solemn, steely and silent, handing over the wine card with nary a word. In the world of wine it’s vital the customer can connect with the sommelier – here I felt like we were joining the SS.
But for all this, neither the food nor the wine can be criticized. And in a further plus, they’re indisputably hold Warsaw’s liveliest Monday night. In the words of the organizers, “think Michael Bublé meets Nora Jones in a Jools Holland style evening.” Anticipate lots of glammed up couples swooning about to rising stars of Poland’s music scene.