Pl. Solny 11 ,   Old Town          (+48) 796 32 66 00     more than a year ago
In addition to operating as a fantastic Polish restaurant with huge portions and a beautiful tree-filled garden, Konspira is a self-declared ‘Centre for Historical Education.’ The interior is designed to emulate the 1980s, while giving guests a glimpse into the Soviet era via newspapers, posters, political cartoons and other iconography on the walls. None of this would be of particular use to naive non-Polish speakers, but Konspira does have another rabbit in its hat that’s worth revealing. One of the restaurant’s wardrobes is actually a secret passageway into a hidden room that recreates an ‘80s Polish apartment, filled with everyday household items, toys, appliances, and even police batons and riot gear from the martial law days. It’s a unique look into the past, and the fact that the staff isn’t that forthcoming about it (you might have to ask) almost makes the act of entry feel cooly clandestine. This entire establishment is a bit of a museum, and though you’ll get more out of it with a local guide, even without one it’s worth investigating, and the food is certainly worth staying for.


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Open 12:00-24:00.


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