Address: Aleja Wyzwolenia 18
wejście od Placu Zbawiciela, Warsaw 00-570 , Poland
Number: +48 (0) 22 628 44 59
After a fabulous New Years Eve with 4 other Americans in Warsaw, Poland we were itching to eat a fulfilling breakfast the next morning. Luckily one of the girls plays in the city so she recommended a place to us and we called to see if they were open, and they were. Our day was made already.
The city was absolutely empty.
The little port was set in a great little area.
We felt like we were in one of those end of the world movies where we were the only ones who survived.
As soon as we walked inside we got to pick where we wanted to sit and thankfully we got there early because once 11pm rolled rolled around the place filled up fast. We sat at this big table since there was five of us and eventually people came in and shared the other 7 seats that were empty.
The staff and workers were so great, so nice, attentive, and personal. It was a young crew and it attracted many young people.
First came the orange juice that I drank in one gulp. It was so fresh and cold. I had to order another one and I did.
We went threw a few bottles of water. It was served to us in a cool clear bottle for us to share. Keep in mind, you have to pay for water in Poland and most of Europe, but we were so thirsty so it was well worth it.
I got the yogurt and I like the touch of the healthy toppings. It wasn’t exactly what you think of when you see “granola and yogurt” but it was good if you like healthy things like seeds, raisins, and other dried fruits.
The quiche was made fresh so it took a little longer to come out but it was worth the wait. It was really fluffy and a different texture than the typical American quiche.
One of the reasons I fall in love with places like this is because of the whole experience. Where it is located, the people that it attracts, the great people that work there and how they take care of you, the music, the special little touches, decorations, and all of that great stuff that makes you want to come back. And this is exactly what that place did for me. Too bad its 2 and a half hours away.
Oh and it’s called Charlotte
I’m not claiming to be some amazing food expert but I do appreciate a good atmosphere and great service. I’ll recommend it to anyone and everyone that sets food in poland. Also, their breakfast is served practically all. day.