Everything that we ordered was simply amazing.
The food was simple, but the way that the flavours complimented one another... I can't even explain it. Your just have to try it yourself...or at least check out a few pics.
For appetizer we ordered Hachapuree. Which the English translation on the menu stated was, ' Round yeast pie filled with different kinds of cheese.' I have to admit that they lost me a little there with that whole 'yeast pie,' business, but when the waiter brought it out... it was just heavenly. It was warm, soft and came with a tomato sauce that stank to high heaven of garlic (so, obvs amazing). The crust was Lefse- thin and browned. the cheese at that perfect place where it isn't solid, but isn't oozing all over he place either. It was salty, savoury and dare I say yeasty?
I also tried a Spinach Ball. Spinach, walnuts, cilantro and pomegranate.
I know, it looks just like what you would get when opening a frozen box of chopped spinach.
That may be true, but this thing was a flavour bomb!
It was bright, had great texture and the perfect balance of saltiness.
Next, came the main course.
I ordered pork stew with Georgian spices or Chashusulee. It was once again
super flavourful, the meat could be cut with a spoon it was so tender. It almost tasted like it would be at home on a taco. None of the ubiquitous cumin flavour; just peppers, salt, garlic and cilantro.
My dinner companion for the evening ordered Hinkalee. Traditional dumplings with minced meat and broth. And yes, don't worry. I made sure to point out to her on more than one occasion the anatomical resemblance of these meaty little dumplings.
The restaurant also had a small selection of very reasonable priced wine.
The restaurant, Guamarjos (Which means 'victory'), is located in southern Warsaw.
Its a bit of a hike to get there, but is most certainly worth the trip.