Chianti is the Italian restaurant in Warsaw worth to visit. Exists on Foksal 17 street since 90-ties - quite an achievement in very competitive gastronomic market in Warsaw. Plenty of places are 1 season stars and dissappear faster than appear. Chianti (Warsaw, Poland) best part is the nice food, friendly service and nice interior design.
Last time I was there last week - nothing really changed. For 2 hours in nice atmosphere of this Italian reasturant, dinner for 2 we spent 40 USD.
In the summer there are few tables outside.
You get starters to any meals you order. Some bread and - this time - garlic butter. No olive oil present on the table. Maybe I could have asked for it.
Our main course lamb cotelets with bone (10 USD), red wine (house wine 3 USD/glass).
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