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The 12 best restaurants and places to eat in Warsaw

Let’s eat à la polonaise! Almost no better place to do this, than in the capital of Poland, in Warsaw. Pierogi dumplings stuffed with meat, Kielbasa varieties and cabbage rolls. The food in Warsaw is hearty, rustic and Polish cuisine is not afraid of using lots of dairy and meat. Warsaw is also full of attractions: The old town, museums and royal palaces. We focus on the food and the 12 best restaurants and places to eat in the city.

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Tip #1: Le Petit Chef

Le Petit Chef Warsaw
Le Petit Chef in Warsaw

It’s a culinary spectacle in the 4-star Hilton hotel Warsaw City. A must-see 3D cinema show on the table, with Le Petit Chef from France, his friends from Spain, Italy and Japan. Before, during and after the meal, the little chefs entertain you, using a 3D Projection Mapping show.

Le Petit Chef in Warsaw
Le Petit Chef Warsaw

Visit our extraordinary 3D dinner-show Le Petit Chef in Hilton Warsaw City in Warsaw.

Whilst enjoying your choice of meal, either Premium, Classic, or Vegetarian, the show moves to the background and gives you the opportunity to completely focus on the International delicacies. Every course of the 4-course meal is designated to one of the chef’s culinary backgrounds. Le Petit Chef is a must-see and must-experience show, for adults and kids.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Kids menu options available.

Speciality:

A 3D cinema show on the table, with Le Petit Chef and his friends from Spain, Italy and Japan. An International menu is served. 

Price:

Le Petit Chef & Friends Premium (4-course meal) 440,00 PLN plus 10% service charge; 

Le Petit Chef & Friends Classic (4-course meal) 390,00 PLN plus 10% service charge; 

Le Petit Chef & Friends Vegetarian (4-course meal) 390,00 PLN plus 10% service charge; 

Le Petit Chef & Friends Junior (4-course meal) 195,00 PLN plus 10% service charge

Hours:

Reservation is necessary, you can book online 

Location:

Hilton Warsaw City

Grzybowska 63

00 – 844 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 661 977 130

E-mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://lepetitchef.com/Hilton-Warsaw

Tip #2: Barn Burger

Barn Burger Warsaw
Image credit: Barn Burger Warsaw

Ditch your diet, go to Barn Burger! Warsaw’s very beloved burger place had to move to a larger spot, shortly after they opened their doors. Their success might root from their daily fresh made burger patties, with seasoned beef and other high quality ingredients, their house made sauces, coleslaw and fries. Or just from the fact that the restaurant looks like a very chilled college community room, with movie posters and a place where you would enjoy American Comfort Food

The restaurant is well known for the big burgers, which don’t let you walk out hungry. Heart Attack and Dirty Harry are just a few of the burger meal names. The biggest burger on the menu is called ‘Bypass’ and features a double ground beef patty, cheese and bacon, caramelized onion, vegetables, homemade fries, coleslaw, salsa fresca and BBQ sauce. Everything thrown in between the bun. It’s a real American experience in the heart of Warsaw. 

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Limited Vegetarian options available. 

Speciality :

A famous Warsaw burger spot with big burgers, homemade beef patties and sauces. Freshly made, hand cut fries.  

Price:

Burgers ranging from 37 PLN to 59 PLN. All the burger meals come with fries, coleslaw and sauces. 

Soft tacos are available for 43 PLN.

Hours:

Mon – Fri: 12 pm – 9.30 pm 

Sat: 1 pm – 9.30 pm 

Sun: 1 pm – 8.30 pm

Location:

Ztota 9 

Floor G 

00-019 Warsaw

Poland 

Contact:

Phone: +48 888 222 750

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://barnburger.pl/?locale=en

Tip #3: Falla

Falla Warsaw
Image credit: Falla Warsaw

Falla is a small Veggie Franchise-restaurant chain with nine spots in Poland, two of them in Warsaw. The chain started out with Oriental dishes and was able to successfully expand, store and culinary wise. Since 2016 Falla has been serving the community with healthy, plant-based but experimental cuisine.  

The restaurant is still famous for the Israeli food, the Falafel and Hummus plates, with a big variety of hummus flavors, are their bestsellers. Juicy, colorful plant based burgers, eight different styles of wraps, with a new wrap flavor every month and grilled cheese in panko with fries, tartare sauce and coleslaw are other options. A seasonal changing menu is available as well. It’s a favorite spot for veggie food lovers and worth a visit.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan restaurant. Gluten-free options available. Kids menu available. 

Speciality:

Vegetarian and Vegan Israeli food, burgers, wraps and grilled cheeses.  

Price:

Wraps starting from 26 PLN up to 43 PLN; 

Israeli style meals ranging from 32 PLN to 85 PLN; 

Burger in the price range between 36 PLN and 40 PLN.

Hours:

Warsaw Centrum:

Daily: 12 pm – 10 pm 

 

Warsaw Jana Pawla:

Daily: 12 pm – 9 pm

Locations:

Warsaw Centrum:

Oboźna 9

00-332 Warsaw

Poland

 

Warsaw Jana Pawla:

1. Jana Pawła II 50 lok 18

00-152 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Warsaw Centrum: Phone: +48 517 161 727

Warsaw Jana Pawla: Phone: +48 534 772 799

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://fallawege.pl/starten/

Tip #4: El Popo

El Popo Warsaw
Image credit: El Popo Warsaw

Wanna eat Mexican? Got to El Popo! At least this is what locals tell each other. El Popo is an authentic Mexican restaurant in the heart of Warsaw. The vibrant spot is extremely busy in the evenings, when the Mexican Mariachi bands are playing and the margaritas get served to the tables, the food is not far behind. 

The sizzling dishes of Fajitas El Popo, Enchiladas rojas, Burritos and Chili con carne are the most beloved Mexican meals. Spice levels can be chosen for every meal. An extensive list of cocktails make an evening at El Popo unforgettable. 

Don’t miss out on their Frozen Strawberry Margarita, their signature cocktail since 1992. Of course you can find a great Tequila menu as well, but no matter how full you are, don’t leave without trying the Churros con chocolate, the dessert is authentic and a perfect sweet finish.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available. 

Speciality :

Very well known and busy Mexican restaurant with live Mariachi bands, a good selection of Margaritas and Tequilas and authentic Mexican food.

Price:

Tex-Mex dishes starting from 31 PLN to 49 PLN; 

Mains ranging in between 43 PLN to 69 PLN; 

Desserts going for 23 PLN to 26 PLN; 

Margarita sizes between 200 ml and 1400 ml, starting from 31 PLN up to 239 PLN;

Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 11 pm 

Location:

Senatorska 27 

00-099 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 601 724 419

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.kregliccy.pl/elpopo?lang=en

Tip #5: The Cool Cat

The Cool Cat Warsaw
Image credit: The Cool Cat Warsaw

The Cool Cat is a hip Asian-fusion bistro and not only famous for their ramen and kimchi, but also for their epic and affordable breakfast choices. It’s not a secret that it’s better to be an early bird, to avoid the crowds, when it comes to breakfast at The Cool Cat. And it’s always a great choice to order their matcha drinks with your breakfast, because they are known as the best in town. 

Everything at The Cool Cat is definitely a little bit cooler than in other restaurants. Like the funky bao donut desserts with matcha ice cream or the Caramel Miso treat. 

The Cool Cat stands for fun and is not afraid to put some weirdness in traditional dishes. Like making American fries a little bit Asian and funky, with a good load of Kimchi and bulgogi beef.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available. 

Speciality:

A hip Asian fusion bistro, famous for Ramen, Kimchi, funky desserts and their matcha drinks. 

Price:

Brunch plates for 37 PLN; 

Ramen between 38,40 PLN and 54 PLN; 

Burger 54 PLN

Hours:

Solec:

Mon – Thu: 10 am – 9 pm 

Fr: 10 am – 10 pm

Sat: 9.30 am – 10 pm 

Sun: 9.30 am – 9 pm 

 

Marszałkowska: 

Mon – Thu: 9 am – 10 pm 

Fri – Sat: 9 am – 11 pm

Sun: 9 am – 9 pm

Locations:

Solec:

Solec 38

00-394 Warsaw

Poland

 

Marszałkowska:

Marszałkowska 8

00-590 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Solec: Phone: +48 574 811 816

Marszałkowska: Phone: +48 733 932 393

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.facebook.com/thecoolcatbar/

Tip #6: Krowarzywa

Image credit: Krowarzywa Warsaw

Founded 2013, this vegan burger place is well known for the healthiest fast food in town. Krowarzywa is proud to serve all wholesome vegetable ingredients in their burgers. Their patties are made with tofu, seitan, chickpeas and vegetables. The restaurant is not using any conservatives, glutamate or flavors.

Everything is made fresh, every day, without the use of a microwave oven. The ingredients are seasonal and the menu changes seasonally. Superfoods like goji berries or spirulina are big game players in salads and shakes. Krowarzywa has six locations in Warsaw and is supporting initiatives and campaigns with donations.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Everything is vegan. Gluten-free options are available. 

Speciality:

A healthy fast food place with all vegan options. 

Price:

Burger in the price range from 34,99 PLN to 40,99 PLN; 

Wraps from 30,99 PLN to 41,99 PLN; 

Salad between 35,99 PLN and 42,99 PLN

Hours:

#1:

Sun – Thu: 10 am – 9 pm

Fri – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm 

 

#2:

Daily: 11 am – 9 pm 

 

#3:

Mon – Thu: 11 am – 10 pm 

Fri – Sat: 11 am – 11 pm 

Sun: 11 am – 10 pm 

 

#4:

Mon – Sat: 11.30 am – 10.30 pm 

Sun: 12 pm – 10.30 pm 

 

#5:

Daily: 12 pm – 8 pm 

 

#6:

Mon – Thu: 11 am – 10 pm 

Fri – Sat: 11 am – 11 pm 

Sun: 11 am – 10 pm 

Location:

#1:

Hoza Street 29/31

00-521 Warsaw

Poland

 

#2:

Marszałkowska Street 27/35

00-639 Warsaw

Poland

 

#3:

Dzwonnicza Street 3 (Metro Stokłosy)

02 – 784 Warsaw

Poland 

 

#4:

Puławska Street 34 (Mokotów)

02 – 512 Warsaw

Poland

 

#5:

Aleja Rzeczypospolitej 8 (Wilanów)

02 – 972 Warsaw

Poland

 

#6:

1. Chmielna 23 (Center)

00 – 801 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

#1

Phone: +48 516 894 767

Email: [email protected]

 

#2:

Phone: +48 881 777 894

Email: [email protected]

 

#3:

Phone: +48 720 795 902

Email: [email protected]

 

#4:

Phone: +48 720 795 901

Email: [email protected]

 

#5:

Phone: +48 530 667 332

Email: [email protected]

 

#6:

Phone: +48 728 020 627

Email: [email protected]

 

Webpage: https://krowarzywa.pl/en/

Tip #7: Polka

Polka Warsaw
Image credit: Polka Warsaw

It’s true, there are a lot of International restaurants in Warsaw. Beloved American Fast Food, Indian Cuisine, Mexican restaurants, but the real cuisine of Poland you can find at Polka

The traditional Polish restaurant is Magda Gesslers baby and Gessler is quite famous in Poland. She managed to save over 150 restaurants across the country, with growing numbers.

Located in Warsaw Old Town, Polka is no frills, but honest cuisine, in a converted house with opulent interior, wooden tables and several dining rooms. Simplicity in a Polish mansion of the past and the history of Polish cuisine on the plate

The menu is heavy on traditional meat dishes, Baked BBQ ribs, Roasted Pork knuckle, Goose stomachs stewed in tomato sauce, or Roasted duck leg will satisfy all carnivore cravings. The Meringue served with whipped cream, accompanied by cherry emulsion, is definitely a great finish.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Very limited Vegetarian options available. 

Speciality:

A very traditional Polish restaurant by Magda Gessler, in a Polish mansion of the past. 

Price:

Starters ranging from 33 PLN to 55 PLN; 

Main courses starting 55 PLN and going up to 105 PLN; 

Desserts from 26 PLN to 30 PLN

Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 10 pm 

Location:

1. Świętojańska 2

00-288 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 22 635 35 35

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://warszawa.restauracjapolka.pl/en

Tip #8: Rusiko

Rusiko Warsaw
Image credit: Rusiko Warsaw

Georgian cuisine is something not very common and restaurants with this type of food are hard to find. Rusiko in Warsaw does Georgian food in a beautiful and traditional way, with family recipes and much love. 

Chef and owner Davit Turkestanishvili made his long standing dream of opening his own restaurant true. Named after his mum, who ran the kitchen for many years, he continues the tradition of exceptional Georgian cooking. 

In Georgia food and wine goes hand in hand, there is no eating, without drinking. Not a surprise that Turkestanishvili produces his own wines, he actually sells in his rug room, where he showcases his rug collection with masterpieces from every corner of the world, including his beloved home country. 

Stewed lamb, stewed Black Angus beef, traditional Georgian dumplings stuffed with mushrooms, meat or cheese — everything is made from scratch, fresh, every day. Don’t miss out on Mskhali, the pear in rosé wine with orange syrup and almonds.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian options available. 

Speciality:

Authentic Georgian cuisine cooked with family recipes. 

Price:

Soups between 25 PLN and and 29 PLN; 

Mains ranging from 36 PLN to 79 PLN; 

Desserts starting from 27 PLN up to 30 PLN

Hours:

Mon: Closed

Tue – Sat: 1 pm – 12 am 

Sun: 12 pm – 11 pm 

Location:

ul. Wierzbowa 11

00-094 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 22 629 06 28

E-Mail: [email protected] 

Webpage: https://www.rusiko.pl/en

Tip #9: Kameralna

Image credit: Kameralna Warsaw

When in Poland… Since 1947 Kameralna has served traditional Polish cuisine. The long-standing venue with a unique atmosphere, dating back to the period of post-war Warsaw. 

It was in the past a place where famous writers discussed books, drank vodka and danced to live music. Today it’s a historic restaurant, where locals and tourists go, for the real taste of Poland. 

Kameralna is a great restaurant for newbies to try Polish cuisine. The Polish sour soup with egg and sausage for example, followed by Pierogies, stuffed with cheese, potato and onions. 

The good variety of vodkas is very typical for a Polish restaurant and is only topped by signature drinks. Try the Lemon Apple Pie, a lemon flavored vodka with apple juice and mint. A real Warsaw experience with lots of history on the plate and in the glass.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Limited Vegetarian options available. 

Speciality:

Since 1947 Kameralna has been known for the traditional Polish cuisine and is quite famous in Warsaw.  

Price:

Soups ranging from 17 PLN to 24 PLN; 

Pierogies from 32 PLN to 39 PLN; 

Mains starting from 45 PLN up to 80 PLN; 

Desserts are 25 PLN

Hours:

Mon – Thu: 12 pm – 11 pm 

Fri – Sat: 12 pm – 12 am 

Sun: 12 pm – 10 pm

Location:

Mikołaja Kopernika 3 (róg ul. Przybosia)

00-367 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 517 127 167

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.kameralnarestauracja.pl/en

Tip #10: Tel Aviv Urban Food

Tel Aviv Urban Food Warsaw
Image credit: Tel Aviv Urban Food Warsaw

It feels like a visit to Israel, entering Tel Aviv Urban Food by Malka. Here gets the deep love for Middle Eastern cuisine, served right on the plate. The restaurant was recognized as one of the best in Warsaw, by Forbes, Gault Millau Poland and many more. Two locations in Warsaw serve Hummus, Falafel, Mezze plates and everything in between. 

Tel Aviv Urban Food is not only a restaurant, but also a deli. In fact, the restaurant is proud to be the best-stocked Middle Eastern delicacies in Warsaw. Middle Eastern mezze, dips, a good variety of olives and baklava, but also spices are available, to serve your own spread at home, or maybe for a late night snack in the hotel room. Like many other Israeli restaurants, they have a separate ‘vege’ menu, entirely vegan.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

An all vegan menu is available.  

Speciality:

Israeli food, with a huge assortment of Middle Eastern delicacies in the deli. 

Price:

Mixed plates around 37 PLN; 

Lunch menu for 35,80 PLN; 

Mezze plate 51,10 PLN; 

Desserts starting from 11,20 PLN to 15,20 PLN

Hours:

Tel Aviv Poznańska:

Mon – Thu: 10 am – 11 pm 

Fri – Sat: 10 am – 12 am 

Sun: 10 am – 10 pm

 

Tel Aviv Młociny:

Mon – Sat: 10 am – 10 pm

Sun: 12 pm – 8 pm

Location:

Tel Aviv Poznańska:

11 Poznanska Street

00-680 Warsaw

Poland

 

Tel Aviv Młociny:

15 Zgrupowania AK Street

01-943 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 22 621 11 28 

E-Mail: [email protected]

Webpage: https://telaviv.pl/en/

Tip #11: Stary Dom

Stary Dom Warsaw
Image credit: Stary Dom Warsaw

Łukasz Federowicz is the mastermind in the kitchen of Stary Dom. The traditional Polish restaurant, recommended by Slow Food Poland, for the ‘Farm to Table’ spirit and seasonal and local ingredients

It dates back to the 1950s. Back then, it was a favorite spot for jockeys and horse racing enthusiasts. Today it’s a beloved haute cuisine temple for locals, as well as tourists.

A team of young and older experienced chefs work together and prepare traditional Polish meals, with a modern twist, in front of the guests. A ‘Cold Buffet Menu’ offers many traditional Polish eats, from Kashubian style hering, Polish beef carpaccio, over Jellied pig trotters to a Polish charcuterie with traditional roasted meats. 

Unlike other Polish restaurants, Stary Dom offers a separate Vegetarian menu. It’s also a very Kid friendly restaurant with special treatment for the youngest.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian menu available.

Speciality:

A traditional Polish restaurant, recommended by Slow Food Poland. A ‘Cold Buffet Menu’ and Kids/Vegetarian friendly. 

Price:

Cold Buffet ranging from 13 PLN to 19 PLN; 

Main dishes starting 30 PLN up to 79 PLN; 

Vegetarian menu from 39 PLN to 49 PLN; 

Desserts 29 PLN to 33 PLN

Hours:

Daily: 12 pm – 11.30 pm 

Location:

ul. Puławska 104 / 106 

02-620 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 22 646 42 08

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://restauracjastarydom.pl/?lang=en

Tip #12: Café Bristol

Café Bristol Warsaw
Image credit: Café Bristol Warsaw

A visit to Warsaw is not complete without a visit to Café Bristol. The legendary Viennese style café in the heart of Warsaw has never changed their dessert recipes. Since 1901, the tradition of the best pastries in town is still alive. Pastry chef Grzegorz Walicki has been creating magic for over 30 years, in the luxury halls of Hotel Bristol in Warsaw. 

Breakfast, light meals and snacks, ice cream and of course the desserts, are being served in a beautiful Viennese style ambience. A speciality of the house is the Starecka Cake, which is only available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. The appearance of the dessert refers to the Art Nouveau style of the building and the period in which the hotel was created. 

The pink sweet dessert masterpiece is a creation of Walicki and filled with homemade raspberry jam, a combination of dark and white chocolate, a delicate champagne mousse, decorated with buttercream and finished with Cointreau liqueur.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian options available. 

Speciality:

A famous Viennese style Café in the heart of Warsaw, in the Hotel Bristol. Famous for their Starecka Cake and other pastries. The café goes back to the year 1901.  

Price:

Breakfast 40/42 PLN; Light meals starting 18 PLN up to 62 PLN; Pasta dishes starting 54 PLN to 59 PLN;

Hours:

Everyday: 9 am – 7 pm 

Location:

Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44

00-325 Warsaw

Poland

Contact:

Phone: +48 225 511 828

Email: [email protected]

Webpage: https://www.cafebristol.pl/

Our selection of restaurants is based, among other things, on the editorial team’s individual preferences and on reviews on the internet. Please contact the respective provider directly for information on reservations and prices. The pictures come from the restaurants listed. All Information is provided without guarantee!

Annabelle Schweineberg
Annabelle Schweineberg

As Assist. Marketing & Communications Manager Annabelle knows the concept of Le Petit Chef like no other. If you have any questions, she is the right person to contact.

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