The perfect marriage of art, design, wine and food, this collector’s item comes straight from the portfolio of the same duo behind Ale Wino and Kukułka. Minimalistic at first sight, this sun-kissed chamber is sprinkled generously with works attributed to some of Poland’s top design pioneers, a subtle nod to this venue’s location: the National Museum. Examples of the applied art are copious and include a communal table manufactured from upcycled fishing nets and colorful 3D-printed totems. The kitchen, meanwhile, offers a playful reimagining of Poland’s culinary classics as well as a creative Polonization of international dishes – when we visited, the highlight was a beetroot wellington touting bold, rustic tastes and a magical puff pastry coating.
Al. Jerozolimskie 3
Artykuł Best of Warsaw 2022: Food & Culture pochodzi z serwisu Warsaw Insider.