KasKrut, a Polish play on the french ‘casse croûte’ – meaning snack or petit-restaurant, sure represents one of the most interesting food experiences so far in Warsaw. KasKrut describes itself as a Cantine / Food Bar, we however would like to refer to it as a ‘gastronomic and creative must visit experience’.
KasKrut is a small restaurant on Poznańska street, with a limited number of tables and some seats at the bar – where you can literally see every single step of the chef’s cooking. The open kitchen is a typical design aspect in this restaurant, matching well with the food experience you are about to get.
The main attraction is the frequently changing four course menu for 69 PLN (17 EUR), which is very creative and cooked to perfection. Although the dishes and ingredients are listed on the menu, you are typically in for a surprise as to what the chef has magically turned them into, mousse, foam, deep-fried, anything is possible. The menu offers a vegetarian alternative (49 PLN), and á la carte, but the four course offer is simply irresistible.
Accompanied with great wines and a cozy atmosphere, KasKrut is a great place to dine and a serious step up from some of the other options in Warsaw. Food lovers rejoice! Make sure you make your reservation in advance, because the place is quite popular and does not have that many seats available to begin with.
KasKrut is located in a popular area in Warsaw with some very nice bars just around the corner. Have a look at our hotspots map to see what else we recommend nearby!