The 2023 Michelin Guide lists 19 Warsaw restaurants, including four Bib Gourmand picks for value and quality. Italian restaurant Nuta gets a star for sheer innovation. This list of Michelin-listed restaurants in Warsaw includes a map of locations and links for more information.
As a dining destination, Warsaw gets better and better with every passing year. The 2023 Michelin Guide includes 19 restaurants, covering every bracket and every corner of the city. There are four Bib Gourmand choices for value and quality, and an additional four locations that are very reasonably priced. Across the river, the Praga district has announced itself with two fine restaurants. Chef (and chemist) Andrea Camastra’s Nuta claims the Michelin star for the imaginative tasting menus and off-beat pairings.
We have listed all 19 restaurants below with links for further information. There is also a map, so you can find exactly where each is located. Smacznego!
- alewino: Holder of Michelin Bib Gourmand status, relaxed alewino grew out of a wine business. It offers good value dishes at very reasonable prices.
- Bez Gwiazdek: Robert Trzópek’s delightful Michelin-listed bistro is tucked away on a quiet street and features an ever-changing menu of Polish rustic given a contemporary treatment.
- Butchery & Wine: Butchery & Wine is a Michelin-listed establishment specialising in steaks prepared in a Bertha oven, and paired with a good red wine. Located close to the Palace of Culture and Science, the menu represents real value for money.
- Concept 13 Restaurant: Up on the roof of the Vitkac luxury department store, this Michelin-recommended restaurant and bar specialises in modern classics with a Polish accent.
- Dyletanci: Dyletanci is a smart bistro is focused around an impressive collection of 1,100 wines, with many organic and biodynamic choices. The food is modern Polish with organic leanings, often from the restaurant’s own farm.
- elixir by Dom Wódki: Dom Wódki means “House of Vodka”, and there are over 750 varieties of the spirit here to be expertly matched with the Michelin-listed menu.
- Epoka: The past of Polish cooking is mined and updated for Epoka’s gorgeous fine dining experience, which includes a short history tour and visit to the kitchen.
- Europejski Grill: One of the two Michelin-listed restaurants in the historic Raffles Europejski Hotel on Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Europejski Grill is a sophisticated dining experience showcasing local produce.
- hub.praga: With each plate an exquisite work of art, chef Witek Iwański’s hub.praga has really put Eastern Warsaw’s restaurant scene on the map.
- Kieliszki na Próżnej: In a quiet street around Warsaw’s business district, Kieliszki na Próżnej has Michelin Bib Gourmand status, representing good quality and good value.
- Koneser Grill: In the heart of the Praga Koneser factory complex of shops, restaurants, and bars, Koneser Grill’s wood-fired Polish beef gets Michelin Bib Gourmand approval for good quality and value.
- kontakt wino & bistro: Located in residential Mokotów, close to Łazienki Park, kontakt is a wine bar and Michelin-listed bistro with a contemporary Mediterranean menu.
- Le Braci: Le Braci is an intimate and good-value Italian restaurant a little to the north of Łazienki Park, with a correspondingly strong selection of Italian wines.
- Muzealna Restaurant: Tucked within the National Museum building, Muzealna is a Michelin-listed bistro with a broad menu of punchy Polish favourites for hungry culture lovers.
- Nobu Restaurant Warsaw: The Warsaw branch of Nobu Matsuhisa’s chain of luxury Japanese restaurants, located in the beautiful minimalism of the Nobu Warsaw hotel.
- Nolita Restaurant: There is no shortage of restaurants along ul. Wilcza, but Michelin-listed Nolita has one of the more diverse menus, tied together with beautiful presentation and a discerning aesthetic.
- Nuta: Chef Andrea Camastra’s Nuta is currently the only restaurant in Warsaw with a Michelin star. The dishes are Italian, with Polish and Asian influences, giving an imaginative twist to the dining experience.
- Rozbrat 20: Located in a relatively quiet neighbourhood to the north of Łazienki Park, Rozbrat 20 is a smart contemporary restaurant specialising in modern Polish cuisine.
- Szóstka: Located on the sixth floor of the iconic Prudential building (now the Hotel Warszawa), Szóstka has glass walls and an outdoor terrace for excellent rooftop views to accompany the Michelin-listed food.
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Map of Warsaw Restaurants
Plan where to eat in Warsaw with the WarsawVisit map. Restaurants are marked in red, with Michelin locations in a darker shade.
Each type of landmark has a different colour marker on the map:
- YELLOW: Warsaw Sightseeing
- BLUE: Warsaw Hotels
- RED: Warsaw Places To Eat – Michelin restaurants are DARK RED
- ORANGE: Warsaw Nightlife
- PURPLE: Shopping In Warsaw
- GREEN: Warsaw Transportation
Click on a marker and it will give you the name of the landmark, with a brief description and links for more information and directions. You can pan, scroll, and zoom around the map, or use the + or – buttons in the bottom left of the map to zoom in and out.
Click on the icon in the top left corner for an index of every location, sorted by category. Scroll down or use the map search (the magnifying glass icon) to find the place you want. Click the name of the place in the list. Its location pin will be highlighted on the map.
Each category is on a different layer, which can be switched on and off. So you can just see the Hotel or Restaurant pins, for example.
If you are using the map on your phone, open the Visit Warsaw map and then search for the name of the place. The map will then zoom in on its location.