This is widely held to be the place to come for Polish food. Even the sceptics leave here happy. The traditional and old-fashioned styling complements ... More
This is widely held to be the place to come for Polish food. Even the sceptics leave here happy. The traditional and old-fashioned styling complements the classic food. Attention to smaller details such as cutlery and tableware make this an elegant place. It is a great place for small groups or for a romantic table for two. This is traditional Polish food - the kind that Poles love and foreigners quickly begin to appreciate upon tasting. The emphasis is on classic, rather than modern, so don't expect nouvelle cuisine. Instead you will get delicious Polish food with extremely attentive service.
The prices were resonable for the amount of food that we recieved. It was my favorite resturant while I stayed in Warsaw. The selections of food that was offered was wonderful, and the food itself was divine.
I ate in this restaurant in july, 2004. The atmosphere is quiet, the service is really exceptionnal. Indeed, even if nobody spoke French (I am French!), everything was done in order to help me to understad the menu. The price is particularly reasonable and the food is excellent. I just have one reproch: the desserts are not as good as the rest. Maybe the place place to eat in Warsaw!
This is where my daughter, her husband and I had our first supper in Poland in May 2003. We almost did not find it. When one goes to the address, you find an archway that leads to a dimly lit courtyard. On entering, we thought we were on private property but eventually found the location after a little wandering around. There was NO sign that said "Restauracja Polska." It is in the lower level and upon entering, we were greeted by the head waiter dressed in a tuxedo. The waiters were similiarly dressed and wore white gloves. The tables had white linen tableclothes and napkins. The headwaiter spoke excellent English and our meal was excellent. We were commenting that we could not possibly eat another bite, when a huge dessert cart was brought to our table. We politely declined, but the headwaiter, in a most charming manner, said that we could each have a selection for the price of one. That was accomplished by serving a one third portion. We all thought that was a delightful suggestion. I plan to return to Warsaw and will definitely go there again and would recommend it to anyone else visiting the city.
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