Beer drinkable but nothing special, the bar is very busy at weekends, there’s a downstairs bar area and upstairs dining area, football was being shown on tv. Not worth a special trip but worth a visit after visiting JaBeerWocky or Kufle I Kapsie which are both nearby.
First attempt to visit was just about 2300 on Monday evening February 29, 2016. Even though the sign on the door stated they’d be open until midnight I was told be the one staff member they were closed, while the other acted really surprised at this fact. I had even stated I only wanted to sampled the beer, but guess one of them wanted to clsoe early. Did go back the day after, got there 18:20 on Tuesday March 1. Service was OK, but seemed fairly uninterested and bored. Sat downstairs to sample the beers, had already had food earlier. The menu listed a "board of beer" 3x15 cl for 15 PLN, but they only carried the pils and the dunkel this evening, with a comment that the weizen was too young to be served. Had forst a 40 cl of the pils, followed by the dunkel. Wifi available. Some low volume pop music playing. Downstairs had a huge TV showing sport but with no sound on. They were brewing when I was there, making it a bit more interesting scenery. As of info they brew one 10 hl batch a week. Beers were OK, didn’t even look on the food menu, service wasn’t much to cheer about. Seems a shame with a place so centrally located and with their own beers that it isn’t more customer focused. Toilet upstairs, the triangle marks the mens room, while the ladies shoud go for the cirkle marked door. Close to some other really good places, so I’d say mainly head here if you hunt breweries and very local beer. Highish score for selection for only two beers is due to the fact you may only (afaik) find these beers on site.
Brazilian grill restaurant with brewpub.
Food and beer are not so special.
saxo (156) Højbjerg, Aarhus, Denmark | July 31, 2015
Didnt try their food, but had their sampler for 15 zloty. Service was very slow. It took about 5 minutes to get the beers even though there were only a few customers there too. Their dunkel beer was decent, but the others were mediocre or worse.
Ordem e progresso. I think going there was the worse decision of my stay in Warsaw.
Nothing of it reminded me of Brazil, beside the filled plantain appetizer which was à la mode Polish. The ribs were horribly boring, not sure if the cooks even know what a rub is, felt like the guys had rubbed pepper with ketchup sauce. The vegetable side looked straight out of the can.
I won’t even get into the 3 mediocre beers which added nothing to the experience beside their light buttery notes.
Nothing about it made me feel like kicking it Rio style.