Tried a Belgian ale on tap at this bar. The ambiance was fine, just a regular bar in the New Town of Warsaw. The service seemed fine and had some knowledge about the beer, but was not particularly forthcoming or helpful. They had a pretty good selection of tap and bottled beer, but they were heavily Belgian, as indicated by the name. Did not try the food, but it looked and smelled quite good. It was not a particularly cheap bar, but that was not surprising given the location and types of beer.
Middle-sized, well-run pub in the Old Town of Warsaw. Covering over 250 beers, the Belgian-themed beer selection is extensive and well-picked, but also quite pricey by Middle-European standards. The service was friendly, helpful and patient, which is something that one encounters rarely in such a tourist-packed area. A nice place to have few Belgian beers.
The place was called "Delirium Pub" in the past. They’ve changed the name due to license cost (it’s my personal opinion). The bar is located on the periphery of Warsaw Old Town. The interior looks interesting in a modern way and I like it. They have huge selection of Belgian beers (all the classics) and nothing more. You can’t find there real craft beer. The prices are very, very high. During my visit most of the beers were available only from bottle, some taps seemed to be unused. I have visited them once and there’s no point in going back.