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The Best Restaurants in Warsaw

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to dine in Warsaw, both International gourmet and traditional Polish cuisine.

Our team to Warsaw are four ladies who have tested a lot of hotels, restaurants and night-clubs world-wide.

Warsaw – the capital of Poland – an amazing city full of contrasts and surprises. The city is spread across a broad area with diverse architecture: communist concrete, restored Gothic, modern glass and steel – a fascinating collection of neighbourhoods and landmarks.

Warsaw’s restaurant and entertainment scene is steadly improving. You can dine well and affordably here on cuisines from around the world and take your choice of lively bars and clubs. This city knows how to have fun.

Currency is Polsk złoty (PLN).

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Restaurants:

Hotel picture Bistro de Paris Michel Moran is located at the rear of the Opera House – a striking columned building and colourful glass panels, a marble-floored restaurant, smart, warm, cozy and with a sublime atmosphere.

Chef Michel Moran’s speciality is classic French cuisine – cultivating the wealth of the seas, oceans and the highest quality of meats, he offers gourmet and unique cuisine – underlined by perfect match with numerous top-quality wines – all will ensure an incredible gourmet delight and the finest dining experience of taste.

Excellent French cuisine, exceptional and unique atmosphere and quaint charm of the Grand Theatre – Paris in the heart of Warsaw – excellent cooking, professional service.

pl. Pilsudskiego 9
Hotel picture Nolita is a fine dining restaurant located in the a most vibrant district of Warsaw – a stylish restaurant which combines inventive contemporary cooking with chic modern interiors.

A small place, Nolita can accommodating about 40 people – the focus is on the glass-fronted semi-open kitchen.

Chef Jacek Grochowina uses ingredients and spices from all over the world – dishes are grounded in the French tradition, and ingredients from top suppliers are subjected to inventive modern techniques – five and seven-course tasting menus with wine pairing – other dishes are available a la carte.

Nolita is a relaxed fine dining experience – a perfect place for a romantic dinner – top service.

ul. Wilcza 46
Hotel picture U Fukiera is situated in the Old Town - an immaculately kept house in the heart of Warsaw – overlooking a historic cobbled square.

U Fukiera is Warsaw’s oldest and most famous restaurant. The fiercely traditional interior comprises several intimate, homely rooms, including a seventeen-century vaulted cellar – earlier clientele includes Roman Polanski, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, and many royals – the atmosphere is a unique mix of medieval and old aristocracy.

The cooking is hearty and classical Polish cuisine – fresh ingredients capably prepared – grilled steak is the speciality dish and there is a varied choice of fresh fish – a superb wine list.

This very cozy candlelight restaurant is perfect for a romantic evening – an environment that will transfer you to a different era.

U Fukiera is a very good restaurant, excellent cooking, top and warm service – ideal for taking in a stroll the vibrant Old Town after your meal.

Rynek Starego Miasta 27
Hotel picture Butchery and Wine is located on Żurawia Street in the very heart of Warsaw – a keenly run modern bistro in a long, narrow room.

Chef and manager Paweł Suwała specialize in a variety of perfectly seared steaks – both from Poland and foreign meat from the best manufacturers in Australia, the USA, Ireland, Uruguay and the UK – the carefully selected wines from around the world provide the perfect match. All products, including side dishes, are of the highest quality.

Butchery and Wine is steak lovers’ paradise, with great selection of wine, quality meat and excellent service.

ul. Żurawia 22

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