Those of you dining in Warsaw are in for a bit of a treat with Do Bo Do, and not just because of the food (fantastic in itself, we'll get to that in a moment), but this address, ul. Foksal 17, has gone down in Varsovian history as a bit of a classic. It was here, in what was then known as the classy ul. Pierackiego, that Eugeniusz Bodo, actor, comedian and film director of the interwar period, opened the classic 'Cafe Bodo' (later 'Cafe Snob') where celebrities of the day would stop by. Now, with the history of this place in mind, the interior design reflects the style of the 1930s. It fits well. And now, avid reader, the food... wow. The menu consists of Polish cuisine with a modern flare, more to point, the chef's own touch, so the dishes themselves have an artistic flair. Now, to come here, you can choose starters, soups and mains, with starters and mains consisting of fish, vegetables and meets which look stunning, but the desserts look so wonderful it feels a shame to destroy them with cutlery! Highly recommended.