Best Polish Restaurants in WarsawWarsaw · 5 Items · Anna Maciejowska
Handpicked by a Warsaw Local Expert, we bring you our guide to 'Best Polish Restaurants in Warsaw'.
Tamka 43 is an original project of Paweł Kwiatkowski, a well-known promoter, concert and event producer, and Piotr Pielachowski, one of the most interesting chefs of the young generation. He trained under the tutelage of Michel Moran at Bistro de Paris in Warsaw, and under Daniel Isberg at KOM restaurant. Having gained sufficient expertise and experience, he went abroad where he spent last four y...More info
Magda Gessler – U Fukiera Located in Rynek Starego Miasta (Warsaw Old Town Market Place), U Fukiera is the oldest restaurant in Warsaw with tradition dating back to the beginning of the 16th century. The history of the place where Fukier is located dates back to the beginning of the 16th century, when a famous wine merchant Grzegorz Korab built a house and opened a wine shop in...More info
Modern culinary methods mix with traditional recipes in Delicja Polska Restaurant. Here Polish cuisine is prepared with one eye on the past and a firm foot in the present. Location wise, it could not be much better as it is situated in the popular Krakowskie Przedmiescie, not far from the Old Town. This is one of the most vibrant areas of the Polish capital. High ceilings, plush furniture, clas...More info
The Stary Dom Restaurant refers back to the best traditions of Polish cuisine and welcoming atmosphere. The design alludes to traditional interiors connected with the home hearth....More info
In the trendy district of Nowy Swiat in the heart of Warsaw is a restaurant that is keeping the culinary traditions of the past very much alive. The name of this eatery is Dawne Smak, which translates roughly to 'Old Flavour' in English. Here, Polish cuisine is served with great respect for the cooking customs, which have been tried and tested over a long period of time. The interior is a throw...More info