Mozaika was, until recently, a legendary restaurant of the communist era. It battled on through the changes in Poland and refused to budge from its old school ways - an admirable stance, but one which needed a bit of a kick in the behind in order to keep up with the constantly changing city. The new owner has brilliantly fused the old and the new, not only in the restaurant’s design but also with the zappy traditional Polish menu and a separate range of Mediterranean dishes. Hip and cool it may be but they have also managed not to ostracise the former clientele. Saturdays 70’s-80’s Disco evenings are enormous fun, with elderly ladies and gentlemen gyrating on the dance floor, while bearded and tatted hipsters sit around picking at mezze dishes while sipping on craft beers and fine wines. A modern Warsaw rarity where all types of people mix easily and everyone feels at home.