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Looking for a decent place to eat? Discover our 10 best restaurants in Warsaw.

 

Nolita

Grilled octopus with teriyaki, wasabi and creamy potatoes or lobster sashimi with elderflower and samphire are only some of the things you can eat at Nolita. Owned by star chef Jacek Grochowina, the restaurant makes fine dining even more than fine.

 

Atelier Amaro

Awarded a one star Michelin rating, Atelier Amaro serves dishes using Polish seasonal products. Instead of the “À la carte” concept, it offers menus in “6” and “9 moments” format, to present the natural supreme Polish flavour combinations.

 

Restaurant Concept 13

A perfect spot to have a meal and enjoy the city views through the floor to ceiling glass walls. Very stylish with a loft style design, Restaurant Concept 13 modern Polish cuisine and the opportunity to watch chefs at work through the kitchen’s glass walls. 

 

The Dine in the Dark

The Warsaw-based restaurant offers you more than just a meal. It takes you on a journey of taste, making smells, textures and sounds all more intense as you eat your meal in complete darkness.

 

Butchery & Wine

If you are in for a dry-seasoned steak, made using fresh ingredients from trusted suppliers, then Butchery & Wine is for you. The friendly and attentive staff in their characteristic pinstriped butcher’s aprons will make you feel more than welcome.

 

Pod Gigantami

Recognized as the best Polish restaurant in Warsaw by the Gault&Millau Poland 2015, Pod Gigantami is an ideal place for business meetings, family dinner, a romantic dinner for two or any other special event.

 

Senses

Senses serves not only food, but an exceptional culinary experience, combining modern cooking techniques with classic Polish and international traditions. Instead of a la carte menus, it offers three different tasting menus.

 

L’enfant Terrible

Top quality food from local suppliers, prepared using modern techniques, is the philosophy behind L’enfant Terrible. The menu includes both the a la carte and tasting options.

 

Salto

Salto restaurant draws diners with its unique Art Deco design and exceptional cuisine. What can you expect? South American flavors, with an abundance of fish and seafood, prepared in a contemporary setting and using state-of-the-art techniques.

 

Kafe Zielony Niedzwiedz

Top quality food prepared according to the recipes from interwar Warsaw, Cracow and Lviv make Kafe Zielony Niedzwiedz an ideal place to go and explore the culinary potential of Poland. The menu is updated daily and includes Caucasian shashliks, Portuguese fish and seafood, as well  as fantastic meats from small domestic farms.

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