New restaurant with a view of Castle Square!
On 1 March, a new restaurant was opened in the Old Town in Warsaw at 2 Senatorska Street. Actually, Warszawski Sznyt consists of two restaurants with an open kitchen on two levels in one place. Both are arranged in a casual, friendly and elegant style. The ground floor has a more casual character. When it comes to cuisine, it is dominated by dishes prepared on an oak-fired grill. There is a wide range of steaks (including Hereford breed beef), fish, seafood and a diverse breakfast menu. You can enjoy some fine seasonal dishes, meat of excellent quality and world cuisine dishes, such as t-bone steak, grilled lobster or oysters served with a glass of wine. Displayed closets with seasoned beef are with out a doubt an amazing attraction. The first floor is characterised by a rather more elegant atmosphere. Here, tourists as well as individual customers can enjoy dishes of the fine-dining cuisine. You will experience the spirit of pre-war Warsaw, and your palate will be pleased with modern Polish cuisine. The menu includes deer tartare, glands served on a millet cake and smoked duck breast with marinated mushrooms, among other things. There is no doubts that the local chefs constitute the core of the restaurant: Rafał Zaręba (worked at Atelier Amaro, completed a prestigious training in French cuisine, former chef at Cafe Bar Lemon) and his sous chef Michał Węcławek (who was also Zaręba’s sous chef at Cafe Bar, participant of numerous culinary competitions, including the prestigious Bocuse D’or) are two experienced chefs with lots of culinary ideas. Warszawski Sznyt is a friendly place open to anyone. On Sundays, a caring nanny looks after children in a special corner. Check out the new address, it is really worth it!