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The hottest of the East European hot spots

Warsaw has changed a lot since the fall of the Soviet bloc – the city swanks a dazzling skyline of skyscrapers and luxury hotels that shade the gloomy communist architecture which still stands. The Old Town, which was rebuild after WWII, is now a thriving center of cultural significance. Warsaw is an important scene for fashionistas too, with chic boutiques and luxury shopping. The cuisine is exquisite – a mix of Polish, Russian, Lithuanian, German and Jewish influences.

Pork Tenderloin in Mushroom sauce and home made potato dumplings from AleGloria, WarsawShashiBellamkonda / CC BY 2.0



Fine Polish dining

Fine Polish dining Editors' Note

AleGoria serves Polish cuisine in a new dimension: the chefs take traditional Polish manor cuisine dishes and recreate them in contemporary, modern fashion, delivering a new image of Polish culinary art.

AleGoria is an embassy of Polish culinary art. The obsession with strawberries is contagious. Where else can you taste traditional borsch with raspberry syrup and beets marinated in balsamic vinegar? If you were looking for a culinary revelation, AleGoria is it - but watch your wallet. Quality comes at a price.

pl. Trzech Krzyży 3, 00-535 Warsaw
+48 22 584 70 80
from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Monday through Sunday