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Atelier Amaro, Warsaw. Courtesy of Atelier Amaro

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Atelier Amaro proposes a new restaurant concept serving dishes using only superb Polish seasonal products. Atelier does not work with the “À la carte” concept. Instead it offers a prestigious men...
Bar Studio, Warsaw. Courtesy of Bar Studio

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Bar Studio has taken over a grand space inside the Palace of Culture and Science. The art deco-inspired behemoth Palace of Culture and Science is the tallest landmark on the Warsaw skyline, and you wi...
Berek, Warsaw. Courtesy of Berek

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The venue filled with ambience of the south has been arranged in a modern Tel Aviv style. The Mediterranean and Middle Eastern menu is dominated by fresh mezze, shipud (Israeli meat, fish and vegetabl...
Bibenda, Warsaw. Courtesy of Bibenda

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Bibenda, which translates as “let’s drink”, describes itself as “…a celebration of food, drinks, and togetherness, with meals that ease cravings, tempt tastes, and encourage sharing, family-...
Cafe Kulturalna, Warsaw. Courtesy of Cafe Kulturalna

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Cafe Kulturalna is a venue with character, decorated with vinyl armchairs, artwork and tasteless 50s chandeliers. DJs, film screenings, readings and assorted artsy tosh regularly held. During the day ...
Charlotte, Warsaw

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Especially popular for breakfast and brunch, Charlotte proposes a menu primarily based on bread baked on site combined with different dishes: open sandwiches, full sandwiches, salad or soup of the day...
Cud nad Wisłą, Warsaw. Courtesy of Cud nad Wisłą

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Cud nad Wisłą, which translates as the Miracle by the Vistula, was the first river bar to attract the people from downtown Warsaw to the riverbanks. Cud nad Wisłą offers also a rich cultural progr...
Cuda na Kiju, Warsaw. Courtesy of Cuda na Kiju

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Cuda na Kiju is placed in Nowy Świat and serves 16 different types of beer, among others: Rześkie, Raciborskie Pils, Artezan Pacific Pale Ale, Gruit Kopernikowski and Roving Jack. Beer systems are l...
Dom Restaurant, Warsaw. Courtesy of Dom

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Dom is a nice and modern restaurant located in Mierosławskiego street. It proposes Breakfast, Brunch, French, Vegan and Vegetarian cuisine.
Eufemia, Warsaw. Courtesy of Eufemia

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Eufemia is an eclectic bistro in the basements of Academy of Fine Arts. Serves pork chops and puree soups while sharing vinyls and old tapes. It hosts alternative live music shows and dancings organiz...
Hampton by Hilton Warsaw City Centre

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At the Hampton by Hilton Warsaw City Centre hotel, you will enjoy a central location next to the city’s main train station and easy access to the historical Old Town area via public transport. Warsa...
Hotel Bristol, Warsaw. Courtesy of Hotel Bristol

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Situated in the heart of Warsaw, Hotel Bristol has served as the city’s most remarkable landmark and distinguished destination since 1901. The hotel enchants with majestic neo-renaissance facade and...
Hotel Metropol, Warsaw. Courtesy of Hotel Metropol

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Hotel Metropol offers 192 comfortable and spacious rooms equipped with WLAN. In the morning, guests can enjoy a varied breakfast, including traditional Polish dishes. Located on the ground floor of o...
Hotel Rialto, Warsaw. Courtesy of Hotel Rialto

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Rialto’s style traces its roots to the best architectural and artistic traditions of interior décor in old Warsaw. It is located in a fully-restored, early 20th century tenement house at the inters...
Intercontinental, Warsaw. Courtesy of Intercontinental

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Intercontinental is one of the tallest buildings in the city, has unique, modern architecture and is one of the most important landmarks in Warsaw. The building is characterised by its unusual shap...
Kieliszki na Próżnej, Warsaw. Courtesy of Kieliszki na Próżnej

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Beata Gaweda is the co-owner of Kieliszki na Próżnej along with Paweł Demianiuk, one of the country’s finest sommeliers. The creative Polish menu here is traditional yet modernized and served wit...
Kita Koguta, Warsaw. Courtesy of Kita Koguta

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Kita Koguta is run by the  bartenders Jakub Kozłowski and Adam Grądziel. You can taste here a variety of drinks made with use of homemade marmalade or jams prepared onsite. Drinks can be accompanie...
Kraken & Beirut, Warsaw

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Kraken rum bar is a little seafood joint opened in Poznańska Street, replacing closed Bar Tektura. The interior is reminiscent of a fisherman's shed; fish-box wood, sun bleached driftwood tables and ...
Mąka i Woda, Warsaw.

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The venue has a very modern, but yet traditional vibe. All the dishes are prepared with Italian products combined with fresh, seasonal products of local farmers from the vicinity of Warsaw.
Mamaison Hotel Le Regina, Warsaw. Courtesy of Mamaison Hotel Le Regina

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The upscale deluxe Mamaison Hotel Le Regina welcomes you to the heart Warsaw. Set within the historic Mokrowski Palace, the hotel is a destination in its own right. Expertly blending historic charm w...
Miedzy Nami, Warsaw. Courtesy of Miedzy Nami

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Miedzy Nami is still one of the hippest places on the map of Warsaw. Despite its popularity and cult-like status, the cafe-restaurant-gallery maintains an informal, alternative air. Między Nami is a ...
Miłość, Warsaw

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The place starts to serve guests from breakfast in the morning, and in the evening it turns into a club with DJ music and dancing. The Chef is Jakub Kaftanski and the menu features, among others, lamb...
CaféMod, Warsaw. Photo credit Lipiec Lipiec

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CaféMod, with its two locations, offers a variety of dining experiences. In the Kohl's shopping plaza location one finds a contemporary atmosphere with free WiFi and charging stations for most cell a...
Nowa Próżna, Warsaw. Courtesy of Nowa Próżna

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This modern yet classically-focused bistro offers Mediterranean cuisine. The menu is very short, you can find here four starters, two main courses and two desserts. Starting from early mornings you ca...
Novotel Warszawa Centrum. Courtesy of Novotel Warszawa Centrum

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Offering panoramic views of Warsaw, the modern-looking Novotel Warszawa Centrum counts 742 rooms. The air conditioned rooms at Novotel Warszawa Centrum come with a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee facil...
Opasły Tom Kręgliccy, Warsaw. Courtesy of Opasły Tom

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The author of the Menu at Opasły tom is Agata Wojda, a chef and musicologist. In her kitchen you’ll find a real connection and the original flavours of each ingredient. You can expect seasonal, slo...
Plan B, Warsaw. Courtesy of Plan B

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Plan B attracts a young, studenty crowd with regular DJs and a bohemian air. Its staircase has served as a blank canvas for street artists, and the café itself often houses exhibitions by young artis...
Polonia Palace Hotel, Warsaw. Courtesy of Polonia Palace Hotel

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Being one of the oldest hotels in Warsaw, Polonia Palace Hotel, was opened on 14th July 1913. It boasts a long history, it has survived war and political crises with dignity, and today stands as a sym...
Przegryź, Warsaw. Courtesy of Przegryź

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Przegryź has a long tradition of activity. It proposes a menu of Polish/international cuisine and offers a good selection of beers and wines.
Sam, Warsaw. Courtesy of Sam

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Sam not only serves bread, but actually makes it on the spot – downstairs Sam is equipped with its own bakery. Wrapped up in the warm smell of freshly baked goods, one can sit down in its light and ...
Senses Restaurant, Warsaw. Photo credit Marek Wisniewski

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The Senses project is based on the concept of making culinary creations that will engage all senses. The dishes combine aromas, flavours, sounds, various textures, memories, unobvious associations. It...
Sheraton Warsaw Hotel. Courtesy of Sheraton Warsaw Hotel

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Sheraton Warsaw Hotel is located in one of the most prestigious and lively areas of Warsaw, just a few steps from the city’s liveliest bars and cafes, Polish Parliament, Lazienki Royal Park, elegant...
Sofitel Victoria, Warsaw. Courtesy of Sofitel Victoria

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Opened in 1976 as one of the city's first luxury hotels, this landmark Warsaw hotel has hosted many Polish movies and international celebrities. Today, it welcomes business travelers, families and ...
U Fukiera, Warsaw. Courtesy of U Fukiera

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Magda Gessler’s signature is everywhere, from fresh flowers, antiques, and art, to the excellent culinary experience. Magda Gessler had the vision over fifteen years ago to present that Poland had t...
U Kucharzy, Warsaw. Courtesy of U Kucharzy

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U Kucharzy was established by Adam Gessler, in the souterrain of former Hotel Europe. Today the restaurant has changed location due to the renovation of the Hotel Europe. Now it is in one wing of Nati...
Warszawa Wschodnia , Warsaw. Courtesy of Warszawa Wschodnia

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Warszawa Wchodnia is the creation of a duo: The maestro of Old Polish cuisine Robert Kondziela and Mateusz Gessler, a passionate individual whose aim is to familiarize guests with the favorites tastes...
Zorza, Warsaw. Courtesy of Zorza

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Zorza take inspiration by tastes from all around the world, trying to contain them in the atmosphere of a modern bistro. The menu enables you to mix and match the plates according to your needs. Th...
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