In a district whose dining establishments still treat Jewishness as a faded sepia part of the past (see the place next door for example), here's a restaurant free of nostalgic pre-war décor and wooden roof fiddlers, where ‘Jewish cuisine’ doesn’t mean traditional East European fare. Making a bold impression simply by being bright, modern and free of clutter, Hamsa offers a range of authentic Middle Eastern specialties in a casual environment. The mezze sets are perfect for sharing, and not only give you a chance to sample delicious starters like the humus, babaganoush, labnah and muhammarah (our recommended choice), but are also beautifully presented in hand-painted dish ware. There's plenty of room, and in spring/summer this restaurant expands to ul. Miodowa 41 with a beautiful garden. Fairly-priced and generally a breath of fresh air, Hamsa is a delight.
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Open 10:00-22:30. Fri 10:00-23:00, Sat 09:00-23:00, Sun 09:00-22:30.
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ul. Szeroka 2