Bacio means kiss, and this is certainly a sweet little place for a romantic dinner. Indeed, some of the rooms, which are decked out with dreamy pictures, floral tablecloths and all kinds of eccentric odds and ends, border on fairy tale territory. The rich food and fine wines will also help to swish you away, and they may provide some consolation if the light of your life fails to turn up on the crucial date. Sit back and savour classics such as Carpaccio with capers, before moving on into a delectable range of pastas and meat dishes. Finish with a Deser Bacio (Pears in hot chocolate and vodka) for a pudding with a punchy Polish touch. All in all a gem.
John from United States Reply
Really nothing special
matthew michaels from Ireland Reply
Alright. Nothing special but they are definitely putting in the effort.
Colin from United States Reply
Someone told me about that place, so I went to check it out. It's very nice inside, I really liked it. Carbonara though could be better.
Leo from Netherlands Reply
A committed following and very many regular customers in Warsaw but strangely enough the food is nothing special.
Sean from Ireland Reply
Heavy, creamy and makes you bloated. Nothing spectacular but it was OK
BeardyJoe from United Kingdom Reply
Like scoffing yer nosh in Barbara Cartland's boudoir! Pretty big portions of mainly Italian dishes prepared in what I would call a 'home' style. Simple, hearty and filling. Nothing that grabs you by the b***s and shakes you like a pair of maracas though
Robert from Poland Reply
poor food quality and way too expensive.
Matthew Griggs from Poland Reply
After all the ado made over this restaurant, I finally stopped by for the first time last week. I will confess that I have a pet peeve regarding restarants: being seated at a poor table. From my perspective, a good restaurant should have no bad tables. My impoverished perch, however, sat painfully close to the path that the waitresses followed from the bar to the dining room. All words to the effect: bad first impression. My advice to Bacio--stop trying to seat more people and seat fewer more comfortably! I started off with a bread dish named after someone associated with the restaurant. It was meant to be baked bread topped with red sauce and melted cheese, but the bread was hard as rock and unpleasant. Whilst sipping the house wine--which is quite good--I waited for my entree as waitresses brushed busily by me. My chicken parm was just that: chicken and parm; alas, no red sauce! This average food was quite expensive, and the "ambience" of the restaurant will seem little more than kitsch to the aesthetically-minded diner. In the end I left Bacio with the old bard's tale in mind: much ado about nothing!
Mark from Poland Reply
Beautifull small place, really nice service and wonderfull atmosphere. In my opinion the best pastas in Warsaw!
Alejandro from Colombia Reply
Really friendly service and romantic atmosphere. Great pastas. Would recommend to anyone looking for a homely romantic restaurant. Hope to come back!