Reviews of Italian Restaurants in Warsaw
I had good experience before i found 4 times a hair inside herring in cream.
Poor quality. I was taken there by a Polish friend, she wasn't impressed either. One to avoid.
Very nice place, cosy with friendly and quick service. And very reasonable prices. Had a huge lush pizza for under 30zl. They also do some lunch offers so worth trying it b4 4pm for even better value!
really good pizzas and a nice setting
Nice place and near to the Hilton and Westin.
the best steak in Warsaw that I've had!!!
I recomend this restaurant for everyone! It's lead by our famous Magda Gessler, who is the most famous creator of the wonderful meals in Poland. Welcome!
The restaurant had great reviews so we tried it, and it was quite a disappointment, the place looked very nice, but food was sub par, the pastas were not tasty and quite bland. Would not visit or recommend.
My husband and I tried this Italian restaurant recently and we had a good experience - tasty food and a welcome atmosphere.
We were pleasantly surprised by this restaurant. Nice service and decor. Good food.
OK, but nowhere near the best Italian.
Really, very delicious. Nice buzzing atmosphere. recommended
Decent food and ok prices. Maybe it's improved some over the years? My friend invited me here - personally preferred my pasta dish over her fish
Alright. Nothing special but they are definitely putting in the effort.
Looks good. Is it a good place to bring the kids?
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.
pizza is soooo tasty! haven't had chance to try other food there, but I saw a lot of it passing by and it looked damn good.
there are many italian restaurants in warsaw and they are all pretty much the same, this one is no different.
pizza GREAT - bruschetta crap - desert souffle reminds more of a chocolate brownie. will def go back to try pasta though.
A committed following and very many regular customers in Warsaw but strangely enough the food is nothing special.
Heavy, creamy and makes you bloated. Nothing spectacular but it was OK
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
Maybe we were just lucky, but the food at jajo was so good that we never wanted to leave! Discrete and attentive service, excellent wine, nice atmosphere. Definitely the best restaurant we found in Warsaw.
This is simply my favourite restaurant in Warsaw. Tasty, fresh food and very good value for money.
The food is superb, especially the lunchtime menu,which equated to £3.50 for a two course meal and wine.We've been on numerous occasions and have never been disappointed. Staff are very friendly and informative. They did their best to help us find places we were looking for.Would recomment it heartliy.
the seasonal deserts are certainly worth the visit.
Nothing special really. The pasta is OK, but one would expect better from a self-proclaimed "Spaghetteria". Nice atmosphere, but not unique, apart from the eggs hanging everywhere--something of a dubious dining distinction.
+ good menu + great 3fromiaggi + their own car parking - moderate prices (not the cheapest in warsaw)
poor food quality and way too expensive.
I found this place very interesting. One of the most interest worth italian restaurant in warsaw. Therefore I don't understand the last opinion (?). Regards.
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!
I walked here from Zgoda st. one evening as a winter chill was settling across the city. I have long been a proponent of Shakespeare's claim that "hunger is the best sauce," and I hoped the long stroll would work up an appetite. It did, but to no good end. Oh, where to begin? As noted above, this place claims to serve the finest Italian fare in Warsaw. This, and much of the rest of the flattering review, is false. The interior conforms to a kind of pseudo-Italian stereotype, akin to Bacio but with less flair stuck to the walls. White stucco and wood beams predominate--the overall effect is like going to the Italian area at Epcot Center (if you've ever been you'll know this is not a flattering analogy). I ordered some homemade pasta from a pasta chef that apparently skipped his pasta-making classes once too often (perhaps he specialized in green Jello?). It appeared on the plate as a messy, unorderly smear, and was just overcooked enough to be unpleasant without being overtly soggy. The sole garnish to this dish was a lonely sprig of parsley which only emphasized its lack of creativity. While dining I was subjected to the soundtrack from "Married to the Mob"--Volare!, Mambo Italiano, etc. ad nauseum. I thought of Joe Pesci stabbing the man's throat with his pen (watch Goodfellas if you are puzzled) more than once-- a strange and terrible side effect of the music. Desert (Tiramasu), which I ventured into hesitantly, was somewhat better but seemingly a little stale. The coffee was not strong enough to defend itself as my meal wound down to end not with a bang but a whimper. The wine-by-the-glass situation here is poor, with a single mediocre choice from South Africa. I was only able to "enjoy" a single glass, as my server did not return once during the meal to take another drink order. One of the best bits of advice regarding criticism that I ever received was to always craft a shit sandwich (sorry for the unpleasant gastronomic metaphor): the good bits first and last, with the ugly stuff in between. Unfortunately, the bread of Venezia's sandwich is as thin as their (yawn) foccacia. My total bill with a glass of wine, pasta, desert and coffee was 78 PLN--Frankly, I'd rather have dined at McDonald's.
I like their daily breakfasts and friendly attitude.
Jedna z lepszych restauracji w jakich jadlem dania wloskie... Bar salatkowy bomba.
very good food - highly recommend it. good crowd too.
Beautifull small place, really nice service and wonderfull atmosphere. In my opinion the best pastas in Warsaw!
Really friendly service and romantic atmosphere. Great pastas. Would recommend to anyone looking for a homely romantic restaurant. Hope to come back!
we spended the most romantic evening in this restaurant. great food, especially fish! I recommand!
A very good recommendation. One time I hit this place up in the evening and on my lunch break (when I woke up). Food's good and met some excellent local spice... Thanks for the tip!