Paros is the first and last place in Warsaw where a waiter pulled out our chair and helped us with our coat - colour us charmed by the gallantry. That attention carried over to the meal, with Greek staples like hefty salads and bite-sized Spanakopitas all imparting the taste of the Mediterranean. We somewhat cheated on this visit, taking a Greek friend who happens to be a chef with a passion for Mediterranean cuisine, and watching his delighted reactions as he tasted each dish provided ample amusement. The restaurant itself is so large it still feels spacious when its full, even with a packed white wraparound bar in the middle of the room. Drop in for live music every Friday and Saturday starting at 21:00.
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