At first glance Warsaw might not look (or feel) like a romantic city. Love might not be in the air (specially in the winter) and you might strive to find a love-inspiring scene amongst the glass and concrete towers and the old buildings. But neither the weather nor the architecture make up the recipe for love. In fact, the only ingredients are you and your partner… Well, You, candlelight, never-empty glasses and the aroma of an amazing meal. So, let the culinary sting of the kitchen cupids lead you to romance.
💘💘 Here are 10 restaurants in Warsaw to make a romantic dinner reservation for Valentine’s or any special day.
Nestled inside Łazienki Park, Belvedere is a romantic orangery filled with foliage and a smattering of well-dressed tables both inside and out.
In business for nearly 20 years (2018 marks this milestone). Found in a discreet villa with a short but powerful menu of Polish and international dishes.
Offering a terrific variety of fish (amongst much else) to savour, this is a long-standing institution in town. However big the bill, you will leave feeling well satisfied.
Their kitchen is almost built around an imported American Southern smoker, specialising in grilled and smoked meats, fish, fruit and even cheeses.
Their menu offers international flavours with a hint of Spanish and Mediterranean flare, which includes delicious steaks from aged Polish and Japanese Wagyu Kobe beef.
A two-floor pre-war villa full of chichi touches, flowers and crockery. Very pretty, but you’ll soon learn they attract return customers on account of the cooking, not the interiors.
An old style glamour from the exterior and a cool, modern, whitewashed brick and pale colour scheme interior. Signature dishes.
Set inside the Sobański Palace what was (and indeed still is) the domain of the Polish Business Round Table Club has now opened its doors to the paying public.
Sicilian born chef Antonio Centurrino, a fixture in Warsaw’s Italian culinary scene for as long as we can remember, chefs the kitchen.
The most famous restaurant rich in the Old Town Market Square, it has a guestbook that speaks for itself; Naomi Campbell, Henry Kissinger and Sarah Ferguson are a few of the names who’ve taken a seat here.