Biala: the new one on the block

Biala: the new one on the block

Modern Polish cuisine in a modern house

When they launched Warszawa Powisle, a bar in a former train station ticket building, the trio of Grupa Warszawa couldn't imagine the success that would ensue. They very soon thereafter opened Syreni Spiew, a hotel restaurant reserved in yesteryear for dignitaries of the Communist Party that they converted into bar-club—a gem for design aficionados. The trio had other restaurants that would soon follow.
The newest is located in the charming neighbourhood of Saska Kepa, the ‘local Williamsburg.' Biala (‘white' in Polish) opened this summer in the gardens of a 1930s house with a stunning outside spiral staircase designed by architect Lucjan Korngold. Between tables and chaise longue, traditional Polish sausage is served accompanied by buckwheat or a fresh salad of radish, cabbage, and herring. On the menu are some curiosities like snails that Poles are now rediscovering. The homemade lemonade is a real treat!

Francuska 2
03-906 Warszawa

+48 881 917 618

Menu: 3 courses around 54 PLN