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 Continue reading
One of the main attractions of Prague is Czech national cuisine. Truth be told, there isn’t even any original dishes in the Czech Republic – a “boar’s knee”, it’s also a “knuckle” popular in Bavaria, Czech-beloved goulash came from Hungary, sausages that are sold in Prague on every corner are a purely Austrian theme . But here it is cooked somehow particularly tasty. I must say right away that for all 3 days in the Czech capital we have not seen a single frankly tasteless restaurant.
Old Town Square – the most delicious restaurants of Prague are concentrated near it
About where to eat in Prague and this article will be. Naturally, a separate part of it will be devoted to Continue reading
In this article you will learn about the best restaurants in Amsterdam, where you can eat well after a wild night of partying, or a busy day with sightseeing. Since we have already given enough time to the sights, the time has come to talk about restaurants, where you can have a great lunch with unique seasonal dishes.
Restaurant De Kas
We start this list with De Kas, located in Amsterdam on Kamerlingh Onneslaan 3. This upmarket restaurant is now located in the former Amsterdam City of Greenery (1926), between the Rembrandt Tower and the 19th-century facades of Watergraafs-meer. Here guests will find a true oasis of calm. As Chef Jert Jan said: ‘This is a kitchen surrounded by fertile soil, where vegetables and herbs thrive, where Continue reading