From the outset, Hala Koszyki has managed to raise the love and hate hackles of the city's 'out on the town' set. How many world cuisine eateries of various sizes can you squeeze into one space and, more importantly, how does one even begin to choose what they want to eat?
Actually, due to its popularity, fate may decide what you'll eat as tables are packed most times of the day or night. It’s certainly amazingly popular amongst the young and the beautiful, who flock here like lithe gazelles around a watering hole. Hala K will probably remain THE place to be seen for some time to come - mainly because it’s easy to be seen due to its open plan layout.
Top class little independent bistros sit next to some of Warsaw’s restaurants, like Sobremesa Tapas Bar, Port Royal, Zachodni Brzeg, and the biggest restaurateurs including Mateusz Gessler's gastronomic outposts - Ćma and Warszawski Sen. The main hall has some brilliant food on offer, with stalls offering flavours from all over the world. There are of course some shops here too, however, in reality, they'll always play second fiddle to the top class dining area.
Even if you can’t find a table at any of the cool eateries and bars, we urge you to spend some time taking in this stunning market hall. Don't forget to look up, down, sideways etc. as beautiful hidden details abound!