Dom Polski

Dom Polski
Rating
89% from 13 reviews
Phone
+48 (22) 6162432
Fax
+48 (22) 6162488
Website
Dom Polski
Address
ul. Francuska 11

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Editor's review

Dom Polski, which is located in a secluded villa in the Saska Kepa district, is a charming restaurant with excellent food to match. The gracious interiors should swiftly spirit you away from the hubbub of the metropolis, and the lovely summer garden provides a further winning factor. Dom Polski might be considered somewhat an ambassador in its own country; the restaurant offers modern interpretations of traditional Polish cuisine, all year and seasonal. Beginning with an excellent range of soups and moving on to classics such as wild boar, trout and venison, to the grand finale - a palette of desserts, Dom Polski's course versions are much lighter and elegant than the original. Also, on Sundays Dom Polski provides a very reasonably priced family lunch - another tempting reason to cross the river.

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Benny from Australia Reply Jun 22nd, 2009

A little too formal for my liking. Food was OK.

Martin from Slovak Republic Reply Jun 20th, 2009

Really a place to eat in Warsaw! Cuisine - what can I say: I'm not very fond of fish dishes, but man - you gotta try their pike in Dom Polski. Service is very attentive and unobtrusive. Yes - a bit formal envinroment, but that's the way I like it for special occasions.

from Canada Reply Feb 3rd, 2009

The first time I ate dinner @ Dom Polski was year back in 1999. The foods were good; the waiter attentive. To my surprise, I went back in 2006 and found out that Dom Polski getting better; especially it wine selection. Bravo. Hadrianto 15, Waring Court M2N4G6 Toronto, ON

dr.ivvc? from United Kingdom Reply Dec 22nd, 2008

Absolutely Grand!

Allan Wiley from United Kingdom Reply Dec 3rd, 2008

Ok, maybe it is a bit formal but the food was absolutely excellent plus the service was also great. If you are looking for something a bit less formal there are literally hundreds of mediocre places to eat in Warsaw with rotten service

Alicia from United Kingdom Reply May 10th, 2008

I am fortunate in that this restaurant is local to my apartment and I frequent it on a regular basis, sometimes just for a light lunch. I would disagree that people go there because it is the place to be seen. A lot of Saska Kepa locals use the place too. Maybe it appears too "correct" but I can assure you that the waiters are capable of "banter". Perhaps the language barrier kills this if you don't speak Polish. The food has always been excellent.

from United Kingdom Reply May 10th, 2008

I am fortunate in that this restaurant is local to my apartment and I frequent it on a regular basis, sometimes just for a light lunch. I would disagree that people go there because it is the place to be seen. A lot of Saska Kepa locals use the place too. Maybe it appears too "correct" but I can assure you that the waiters are capable of "banter". Perhaps the language barrier kills this if you don't speak Polish. The food has always been excellent.

Geoff Cohen Woltiger from United States Reply Apr 28th, 2006

My father has always joked to my mother about the excellence of authentic Polish cuisine. Unlike dad, however, I had the opportunity to experience the real thing a few weeks ago on my trip to Warsaw. I attempted to first make reservations at two of the top Polish restaurants at the last moment, and was fortunate to snag a spot here. I was not disappointed. The restaurant has a truly atmospheric quality about it; a classical European country house in the big and bustling Capital. The food was excellent as well. Among the dishes I partook were a Polish style soup with sorrel, ham, potatoes, and a quail egg, and a superb pheasant dish with red onions and potatoes, as well as a wild mushroom and snail stew. The Zagat review warned that I would be stuffed after the dinner, and with a HUGE pear sorbet for dessert, as well as lots of bread, I certainly was. I can now safely say that Polish cuisine has certainly come of age, and can compete with the best of the rest of European cuisine. With excellent service and a truly homey quality about it, Restaurant Dom Polski is among the best of European cuisine in Europe.

Peter Willis from United Kingdom Reply Jan 15th, 2007

A bit stiff and over-formal - but if that's how you like your meal, perfect! The food itself is very, very good.

Heather Wills from United Kingdom Reply Apr 24th, 2007

Agree. A little too 'correct' for my liking, but food is worth it. Important to book in advance, as this place can get pretty full for business lunches and the like. Everyone who wants to impress their clients normally takes them here!

Pawel from Poland Reply Jan 6th, 2006

I wouldn't say it is so brilliant which everybody says. I have an impression lately that people come there because it is so popular and it is "good to be seen there"...

Maciej Kęcki from Poland Reply Jan 21st, 2005

Great meals, excellent service, absolutely amazing place! My guest, US Ambassador, was completely delighted with this restaurant!

marlene b from United States Reply Oct 30th, 2003

Really had a great meal here. Gotta love this Polish food! Back in the States we're so health conscious, no restaurant would dare serve all this filling stuff like they do here in Poland - but it doesn't seem to make much difference - Polish people are the fittest and slimmest in the world! So get down to Dom Polski and tuck into the hearty meals without feeling too guilty!

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