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7 best restaurants in Warsaw

What are the best restaurants in Warsaw? Necessarily pathos and expensive or modest, without pathetics, but certainly with a tasty and generous cuisine? Let’s try to sort this matter out together and take a virtual tour of the remarkable restaurants of the Polish capital. Pink Lobster Seafood Lovers Attention! A stylish and trendy fish restaurant in Warsaw invites you to enjoy delicious lobsters and octopuses. By the way, all seafood is freshest: some of them can be seen safe and sound in a large aquarium installed directly in the hall. The restaurant’s menu is composed of interesting seasonal dishes, including tuna tartar, cuttlefish ink pasta and kilogram lobster. The real culinary hit is a local shrimp, curry and coconut milk soup. A pleasant final chord of a delicious dinner will be Pink Lobster’s signature dessert: white chocolate ice cream with raspberries and meringues. In the mornings, the restaurant serves several types of delicious breakfasts (from 14 to 48 PLN): Pink Lobster Breakfast (toast with lobster, salmon caviar, sparkling pink wine), Classic Breakfast (omelet with smoked salmon), Zieleniec Breakfast (poached eggs, smoked trout) and others.
PiwPaw Beer Heaven One of the 4 colorful bars in Warsaw, opened under the general name PiwPaw, is located in the center, directly opposite the Sabat Variety Theater. Here, beer lovers will enjoy a real delight: 95 taps for every taste! Along with the usual porters, stouts and ales, there are also in the assortment original craft varieties like chocolate or orange beer. Before you make a choice and make an order, you can take 0.04 liters per sample. Snacks at the bar are quite simple but tasty: pizza (20-28 PLN), a large cheese plate (68 PLN), bruschetta (15-25 PLN). We should also mention an interesting interior: the walls inside are as if made of beer lids, and this amazing mosaic along with beer can be called one of the main “tricks” of PiwPaw Beer Heaven.
But if you are not ready to be content with a bar and would like to visit a beer restaurant in Warsaw, pay attention to Ceska Pivni Restaurant, Czerwony Wieprz, Piwna Kompania and, of course, U Szwejka. Some more good beer bars in the city: Jabeerwocky, Goraczka Zlota, Spiskowcy Rozkoszy, Browarmia Krolewska, Piwna 14 Pub Bernard. U Szwejka Few people do not know this Czech restaurant in the center of Warsaw, named after the famous “brave soldier”. No matter what time of day you come, there will always be a buzz of lively voices inside: guests and residents of the Polish capital rush to eat at Schweik with pleasure. Lovers of Czech beer do not bypass the restaurant either: here they pour real Pilsner Urquell and delight visitors with original craft sorts. Restaurant “U Schweik” is considered the largest in Warsaw. It occupies 3 floors and can accommodate up to hundreds of guests at a time. Those who like antiquity will definitely like U Schweik. Inside the walls of the restaurant are decorated with old photographs, documents and newspaper sheets of the first half of the twentieth century. The cuisine is solid and traditional: giant schnitzels, crispy pork shank, duck with apples, bramboraki – in a word, all that Czechs like to cook and eat. Especially for a large company, the menu has an “officer dish” for beer: with a lot of meat delicacies, rice, potatoes and cabbage.
Butchery and Wine What could be better than a glass of good wine and a juicy meat steak? The question is rhetorical, but rest assured: to fall in love with this combination, it is enough to have lunch at least in the wonderful wine restaurant of Warsaw Butchery and Wine. He has been repeatedly seen by reputable restaurant guides such as the Michelin Guide and Gault & Miliau Polska. Butchery and Wine is the realm of chic beef steaks and selection wines. The meat for the kitchen comes from the best manufacturers from Poland, the USA, Australia, Great Britain, Ireland and Uruguay. At the same time, chef Pavel Suvala prefers to personally control every little thing, including the principles of raising cows and the conditions for transporting meat to the walls of the restaurant. The bar chart is designed in such a way that each presented drink could perfectly shade and decorate the taste of the best meat steaks. It includes whiskey and cognac, wines, classic cocktails and liquors. And if you are a convinced connoisseur of delicious meat and alcohol, Butchery and Wine has every chance of becoming one of your favorite restaurants in Warsaw.
de still drink delicious wine in the Polish capital? Take note: Mielżyński Wine Bar, Charlotte, Enoteka Warszawska, Dekant Wine Bar & Restaurant, Kieliszki na Proznej, Ale Wino, Bubbles, Winosfera.

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