This restaurant/cafe is set in the cellars of a recently-renovated Rococo Palace along the King's Way. It has a brief selection of traditional entrees ... More
This restaurant/cafe is set in the cellars of a recently-renovated Rococo Palace along the King's Way. It has a brief selection of traditional entrees and is an affordable alternative to some of the more expensive places in the Old Town and on the King's Way. Siedem Grzechow advertises itself as "a pre-war Warsaw restaurant". What that actually means is not clear, but the interior decoration features antique street lamps, lots of ironwork and the refurbished brick vaults of the building. Mostly frequented by those on their afternoon promenade and tourists. There is a lovely patio on the King's Way in the summer months, perfect for sipping an espresso on your way to the Old Town. The menu features traditional Polish cuisine, with a range of soups, salads and entrees (25-40 zl.). House wine costs 45 zl. per bottle, and they have a suprisingly broad selection of French, Californian, Chilean, Spanish and Italian wine.
Me and my wife just came from Warsaw. We spent a week in Poland and liked this European country very much.
"Seven Sins" made a very good impression on us. We spent two wonderful evenings there. A very lively and colorful interior design plus good food you won't taste anywhere else. Menu has dishes from old Polish, Jewish, Russian cuisine and also real "manty" and "samosa".
We were lucky to see a live music performance one night and it was unforgettable experience.
Me and Mari would be happy to visit it again.
I visited this restaurant my first night in Warsaw in January 2005... my boyfriend and I stumbled upon it, and it turned out to be a great find. The golden potatoes are delicious and their selection of wild game was impressive. This was definitely a great choice to get acquainted with the Warsaw culture and atmosphere, and had that touch of comfort one needs to settle into a new city after a long trip.
This was the best way we could have spent our last evening in Warsaw. We stumbled upon the restuarant on Sunday evening and were very pleased with the food and service. Excellent mushroom soup and Flaki.
But the best of all was the music provided by Milosz Labinski, the very talented pianist who is currently playing in the evenings from 8 until 11.
He is simply amazing.
Blanche & Jerzy
Not only was the food and service wonderful, but the inviting ambiance and nostalgic flair was very charming on a drizzling Sunday afternoon in Warsaw. Strongly recommend this reasonably priced establishment.
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