In the world of gastronomy, first impressions mean everything. It can make or break a business. No problems here then, for even when you enter Aurelio you are hit by the elegant nature of the interior, a pleasant mix of Art Deco detail, with a thoroughly modern twist, with even the world of online currency being incorporated into the art of the place. Snap out of your daze and remember you're in a restaurant and not a design museum. The menu is tastily international and each dish is created to the personal touch of Aureliusz Wilk, chef, culinary traveller and author, who with his knowledge, has created a menu dedicated to locally sourced produce, our own habitat, so to speak. Of notable worth are the filet mignon with red pepper sauce, sweet potato and grilled vegetables and the zander with Béarnaise sauce, carrot purée, black lentils and stuffed cabbage with potato and sage purée. As good as the food is, the cocktails, with their inspiration taken from pre-war Varsovian style really top off your experience. More than just a restaurant, Aurelio is where food, art and emotion mix to provide a unique atmosphere. Check out their website for the latest events here, which include concerts, stand-up nights and recitals.