Bussy pub/restaurant near the old town of Warszawa. Ok but little slow and uninterested service, decent food and 3 own brewed beers standard on tap (pils, weissen and stout). They had one additional one (crimson ale) when I visited. Ok if you are in the neighberhood.
Old, drab place, kind of yellowish-grayish decor. As we enter thereís a guy giving a concert literally in the entrance. None of his audience listen to him for more than a few seconds. Weird. Service is fine, the beers are not very good. The place itself is ugly, but the vibe isnít that bad. Not something to seek out.
Very friendly staff. The selection of the beers wasnít too great not the beers themselves. However, in Poland right now thereís not much to expect (with some exceptions). The food is basic but very well done. Ambiance: OK, a bit between German and Soviet.
Efficiently located, in a place that ends up for many tourists to be just on the right spot when they want to have a beer after a walk over the old town. Well, they should seek out a more interesting venue. Browarmia is rather big and nicely decorated, with good and efficient service. The food we had (4 different dishes) was mediocre at best, with prices expectedly high. The beers were also very pricey and bad to mediocre. Avoid, itís better to go to a nearby multitap in my opinion.