Perhaps a surprising recommendation to some but the Sphinx chain of restaurants offers excellent value for money and generous portions. If you’re not after high cuisine then a trip to Sphinx is well recommended.
Located near the theatre Buffo attracts a large number of artists as well as theatre goers. Owned by a famous Polish chef and reasonab;e prices makes this a great place to eat
8. Kompania Piwna
Located in the Old Town this friendly restaurant offers enormous portions at reasonable prices.
7. Restauracja Staromiejska
Offering beautiful views over the Royal Palace just across the street. This restaurant provides excellent food at reasonable prices.
6. Puszkin restaurant
This award winning restaurant specialises in Russian and Polish cuisine. The interior is decorated in a Russian folk theme and adds to the unique atmosphere.
5. Ninety Nine
The Wall Street Journal called it one of the top 10 hippest restaurants in Europe. This modern restaurant offers great fusion food but be warned as it isn’t cheap.
4. Dom Polski
Extremely popular restaurant on the other side of the river. The dining experience here might be considered very formal which some people may find uncomfortable. However, there’s no denying that the food and the setting is excellent.
3. La Boheme
La Boheme has a pre-war design and is currently the place to see and be seen in Warsaw. A sophisticated menu in elegant surroundings makes La Boheme one of Warsaw’s best restaurants.
This place just oozes class. Located in the Royal Park of Lazienki the Belvedere restaurant offers a stunning setting accompanied by superb food. Not cheap but some experiences are worth paying extra for.
Arguably the most famous restaurant in Poland. Fukier is located on the main market square in Warsaw’s Old Town. Fukier has welcomed many heads of state, royalty and unfortunately even Naomi Campbell. An unusual layout creates quite an eccentric dining experience but the food is top class…….so is the bill.