Convenient bar owned by Bierhalle brewery who brew the beer for this place at their brewpub in the Arcadia shopping centre. Nice place to sit outside and people watch. Three beers on at our visit, all ok. Bus 175 to/from the airport stops right outside.
Decent place not that far from the old town in Warszawa. Friendly waitors, nice terrass. Food is medium but ok, beers (only three of them available when I visited) are medium but ok as well. Not bad, but nothing special.
Oakes (805) Vancouver, British Columbia | August 5, 2012
Touristy brewpub on the main tourist drag. The beer at Bierhalle are quite a bit better than the ones at Browarmia, so that is a good enough reason to come here. The sidewalk patio is a decent place to sit in the summer.
This rating is for the Arkadia location in Warsaw. We were sitting outside watching the fountains outside Arkadia shopping centre. Friendly and attentive service, good food (had Pyzy, sour gherkin salad and gherkin soup). 3-4 beers available, all very solid, good quality. Especially liked their Pils and Ciemne.
My first beer this hot summer day, but it was an average experience. The Weizen was rather thin and tastless, but ok in the heat. The Dunkel was a bit to sweet, but the Pils was better. Friendly service.
(Visited August 2nd 2010)
Part of a chain, there are 2 locations in Warsaw and three others in Poland. The Nowy Swiat location is fairly close to the city center along the former Royal Route, an avenue now well-served by coffee shops and restaurants. Smaller than its Arkadia Mall counterpart, the Bierhalle features a modest sidewalk beer patio as well as a somewhat tight-for-space indoor restaurant. I found the service to be better than the Arkadia location, but the food to be less than stellar. My Altbier was a brown unfiltered somewhat unpleasant concoction that left me feeling bloated - to be fair, the fatty ribs didn’t help! I would rate both Bierhalles in Warsaw as "Fair" or "Average" as opposed to "Good". The glass of cold Zywiec I enjoyed at the Lazienkowski Park beats them both for my favourite beer in Poland.