We were there celebrating the birthday of a friend. Good appetizers and wine, attentive and friendly service. Nice, authentic place to stop for a drink, quick bite while in Warsaw.
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We went for lunch. We had a pumpkin ravioli and fish for the main courses. The desert was chia seeds, with a strawberry mouse and almond flakes on top. The food was all excellent. The only disappointment was the cafe latte, it comes in a huge bowl, but sadly it is far too milky, it needs at least an extra... More
I like this place for what it is. Good and friendly service, uncomplicated menu, tasty food and reasonable prices. It has a good vibe and location is just perfect. I love their breakfast and veg dishes. Menu of the month always have something new and seasonal. It's also a cool place to go out in the evening when they have... More
I went for Lunch there just because I haven't been here for about 3 years. I hoped that nothing has changed, but I was wrong. Prices are much higher, not comparing even to what was couple of years ago but to other places in Warsaw just for lunch,and food, I was expecting something far better from this place. Still nice... More
It is almost a legendary place as it has been open for more than 20 year. One of the first gay friendly places in Warsaw. The food is just ok, so is the wine - but the atmosphere is great, so the friendly service. Nice interior. A great place for meeting with friends. They offer good breakfasts on Saturday.
First of all this is more a wine bar than an eatery. But with that said the menu looks interesting and very much into the health food spectrum. Problem is the dishes are poorly balanced and prepared especially if you are looking to eat something during a busy friday/Sat night when they have a lot of people drinking wine
We visited Miedzy Nami Cafe as we found an article online saying that this was a great place for brunch, and it was! We sat at a table near the window and we were showered with sunlight, it was gorgeous. The space is minimal and the food was lovely and fresh. The coffee wasn't as good as Australian coffee, but... More
I also remember the early days of Miedzy Namie when it was "the place' and it was standing room almost every night. It is a testament to the staff and owners that it's still a great place to meet friends and enjoy a few drinks or a tasty meal. Whenever we visit Warsaw this is the first place we head... More
I've been going to Miedzy Nami for 20 years. Since it opened in fact. Actually you still see many of the faces from 1994-1996 still going there although their tastes have noticeably moved onto wine, and their make up is markedly more expensive. I've watched it grow old and yet not age a day - a bit like the owners... More
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