Krakow may have the beauty and Gdanks the seashore but Warsaw has the culture, energy, action and amazing restaurants. Besides, finding affordable fares and cheap tickets to Warsawis easy nowadays, thanks to online reviews and special offers. Now, whether you are looking for traditional, Japanese, Italian or Vietnamese food, Warsaw has the best restaurants in Poland.
The internet is your best friend if you are planning a dream trip to this beautiful land. If you are not sure what place to choose I advise you to check the reviews posted by other travelers on client feedback aggregators. For those with limited budgets there is also a great variety of possibilities for cheap hotels in Warsaw, most of which are located in the heart of the city. The hotels in the old Town, which was recently reconstructed, have their own charm and the proximity to coffee shops and museums is definitely a plus, but today we won’t be talking about the great accommodations in Warsaw, but about some of the best rated dinning places.
1. The Nippon-kan Restaurant
Situated on the Nowogrodzka 47 Street, near the Central Train station and several of the the best luxury hotels in Warsaw, the Nippon-kan restaurant is considered an “of the beaten track” location. If you want to eat and feel real Japan, visit this restaurant. Always fresh and tasty meals with dishes prepared according to your wish, this restaurant has a great number of Japanese dishes, and the sushi and octopus are excellent. The ingredients are freshly imported from Frankfurt weekly, the place has a great atmosphere and excellent service. If you are looking for something different, Nippon-kan is an excellent choice.
2. Restaurant Polska Rozana
What is Poland without a taste of polish cuisine? The Polska Rozana Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in the Capital for those in search of tradition, top class atmosphere and impeccable service. Rozana is not your typical restaurant. It is like an oasis in the heart of the city, in a beautiful old renovated house where it seems that each room has meticulously been converted into a dining room. The cuisine has Russian and Polish influences, the desert is mouth-watering, the appetizers are delicious, all in all the food is excellent.
3.The Blue Cactus
The Blue Cactus located at the outskirts of Park Morshie Oko offers a delightful view on the greenery in the old park. Some might say that the food doesn’t hold a candle to the real deal, but for most visitors the southwestern cuisine is considered to be a real treat, probably the best in Warsaw. The Blue Cactus is also a great place for parties or large groups. It is notorious for its great cocktails, especially the strong margaritas.
I happily recommend all three restaurants, all great for different occasions. Of course there are other great places to eat. If you have any suggestions I invite you to share it with us in the comment box below!