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Ale Gloria

0225847080  •  $$$
ADDRESS: Plac Trzech Krzyzy 3, Warsaw, Poland 00 535

CUISINE: Contemporary, Polish

FEATURES: Full Bar

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From the restaurant's website:
"Ale Goria is more than a restaurant. It is an invitation to meet Polish art and Polish cuisine - fine, intelligent, drawing on tradition, and at the same time served in a contemporary setting. AleGoria may be called an embassy of Polish art in a modern version. The art in harmony with the universe, the art that might impress contemporary Europe - Magda Gessler points out. It is a 'Polish culinary fusion'. If you want borsch, it has got to be prepared with raspberry syrup and beets marinated in balsamic vinegar. Tomato soup requires dill and a fresh pickled cucumber. Faworki (deep-fried pastry ribbons)? Yes, but ... made of carp on kogel mogel (egg yolk stirred with sugar). 'Polish fusion' is also expressed by the interior design. Kuprie paper cuttings decorating ... a modern elevator. Stags antlers of .... wooden branches and doll beads. Easter palms at the entrance all year round. Traditional embroideries made by Polish highlanders (the so called parzenica) and lace tablecloths."

Reservations recommended. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

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From the restaurant's website:
"Ale Goria is more than a restaurant. It is an invitation to meet Polish art and Polish cuisine - fine, intelligent, drawing on tradition, and at the same time served in a contemporary setting. AleGoria may be called an embassy of Polish art in a modern version. The art in harmony with the universe, the art that might impress contemporary Europe - Magda Gessler points out. It is a 'Polish culinary fusion'. If you want borsch, it has got to be prepared with raspberry syrup and beets marinated in balsamic vinegar. Tomato soup requires dill and a fresh pickled cucumber. Faworki (deep-fried pastry ribbons)? Yes, but ... made of carp on kogel mogel (egg yolk stirred with sugar). 'Polish fusion' is also expressed by the interior design. Kuprie paper cuttings decorating ... a modern elevator. Stags antlers of .... wooden branches and doll beads. Easter palms at the entrance all year round. Traditional embroideries made by Polish highlanders (the so called parzenica) and lace tablecloths."

Reservations recommended. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

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