"Sunday Opening" Restaurants in Warschau

16 restaurants offering "Sunday Opening" in Warschau that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Contemporary Cuisine

The local atmosphere can rival that of the nearby Grand Theatre and National Opera (Teatr Wielki). Elaborate rounded chandeliers hanging from the ceiling and a series of halls spread across two floors complement the perfectly balanced and creative cuisine.

Foksal 17, 00-372 Warschau, Poland

It's hard to imagine a more suitable location for a Polish cuisine restaurant than the main park of Warsaw – Łazienki Królewskie (Royal Łazienki Park), At Belvedere, which is located in the historical building of the New Orangery, they serve elegant and aristocratic Polish dishes, the kind that would have easily graced the table of the Polish monarch several centuries ago.

Agrykola 1, 00-460 Warschau, Poland

This is an absolutely cult place. Within half an hour after opening, there are usually no free tables, and the queue at the entrance are enormous. The dishes here are vibrant, but familiar to everyone, and their execution is flawless. But the most important thing is that they are meant to be shared. Here, you should order a good portion of the menu, spread the plates across the table, try and discuss all of it under a glass of natural wine. And preferably, one should do it with a good company.

Nowogrodzka 10, 00-511 Warschau, Poland

One of the most fashionable and stylish places in Warsaw, with a huge terrace and a magnificent view of the city center. The interior cleverly combines strict geometric design with homages to 1960s New York and works by iconic Polish artists. The menu boasts an array of gastronomic starters, from the spuntini set to a flawlessly executed tuna tartare with artichokes and lemon aioli, all designed to pair perfectly with the local cocktails, which are perhaps the main pride of Loreta bar.

Widok 9, 00-023 Warschau, Poland

Modern Polish cuisine with all the conveniences. Inside, minimalism reigns – with a lot of white color, tons of round lampshades, marble tabletops, and precise geometry. In such settings, modern but intelligently crafted Polish cuisine looks particularly appealing. So much so that The Eatery is rightfully considered one of the main ambassadors of the new wave of Polish cuisine.

Koszykowa 49A, 00-659 Warschau, Poland

A wonderfully crazy synthesis of traditional Polish cuisine and modern culinary approach: with bold flavors, unconventional dishes, clever twists, and vintage porcelain serving. In addition to the elaborate, yet very Polish in spirit, cuisine, there's an extensive selection of natural and biodynamic wines and an irresistibly unobtrusive atmosphere.

Targowa 81, 03-408 Warschau, Poland

Once a butcher's shop, the tradition is evident the moment you step in. The first thing you'll see is a huge display of cuts, sausages, and burger patties. While you could technically buy these «to go», the best way to experience Mięsny is to consult the menu and order one of their seven local steaks. All the food here is genius in its simplicity and quality. If you think a perfect meat restaurant needs something more, you're mistaken.

Walecznych 64, 03-926 Warschau, Poland

An old-fashioned and sophisticated steakhouse inspired by Argentine culture. The exposed brick building from 1900, art objects, and antiques create an atmosphere where people have been enjoying steaks like T-Bone, Tomahawk, and the obligatory Parrillada for over a century. It's a classic and timeless place.

Hoża 25A, 00-521 Warschau, Poland

Located in a Szucha Palace, the restaurant boasts a sophisticated atmosphere of the 1920s and 1930s, but without excessive pomp. On the shelves, plump bottles of tinctures glisten, above the marble fireplace hang portraits of the bygone era, and the menu features exquisite dishes from Warsaw and Lviv cuisines, such as crayfish soup and obligatory caviar.

Aleja Jana Chrystiana Szucha 17/19, 00-580 Warschau, Poland

Stary Dom is a cult and timeless place. The name, which translates to «Old House», accurately reflects the essence of the restaurant – it truly resembles an old Polish mansion. The interior features noble wood and stone, with antique chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, and the menu offers iconic Polish dishes, simple and refined. Of course, such surroundings wouldn't be complete without old-fashioned details like a fancy dessert display and a bar trolley for digestives.

Puławska 104, 02-620 Warschau, Poland

Translated from Polish, the name means «Ribs and Bones», and just from that, you can already guess the local gastronomic preferences. While there are decent selections of appetizers and soups, the main focus here is on the rib sections - slow-roasted beef ribs and pork ribs, as well as dry-aged steaks for a minimum of 27 days.

Poznańska 38, 00-689 Warschau, Poland

Café Bristol can easily be called one of Warsaw's landmarks. It is located in a hotel built in 1901, right in the heart of Warsaw, just a stone's throw away from the Old Town. Inside, an almost pre-war atmosphere prevails – reserved, elegant, and noble. The menu offers perfectly executed classics that are as visually appealing as they are delicious.

Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, 00-325 Warschau, Poland

Mozaika is a cult place for several generations of Warsaw locals. The cafe appeared here in the 1960s, and at that time, it was the meeting place for the entire local bohemian crowd – with dancing, lively parties, traditional Polish cuisine, and a decent amount of alcohol. The new owners decided not to completely break the concept but to merge the old and the new into a unique and incomparable mix. The menu now focuses on Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes (although some classic items, including the Warsaw-style tartare, remain).

Puławska 53, 02-508 Warschau, Poland

This neat cosmopolitan restaurant on Plac Bankowy skillfully combines dishes from fish and meat. They treat oysters or grilled dorado with the same reverence as they do steaks. For meat lovers, there is a substantial section dedicated to various steaks, ranging from New York strip to a 500-gram Porterhouse.

Plac Bankowy 1, 00-139 Warschau, Poland
Ethnic Cuisine

Karolkowa 30, 01-207 Warschau, Poland
Contemporary Cuisine

Solec 44, 00-394 Warschau, Poland