Rumburak is one of the newest places on Warsaw’s popular Plac Zbawiciela. This lovely, hidden under the arcades bistro is a perfect spot for those who search for a casual place for good food accompanied by a glass of prosecco.
The restaurant is named after one of the legendary Czech characters, but strangely neither the style of the place, nor its food have anything to do with Czech Republic. Rumburak Bistro rather has a slightly French twist. Their specialty is sous vide, which stands for “vacuum cooking” (a sort of food processing when ingredients are cooked for a longer period of time in an airtight bag). Certainly worth trying.
If you want something more than a glass of prosecco, Rumburak will take care of that. Their menu includes super tasty chickpeas with tomatoes and coriander, octopus with rucola and lime sauce. Meat-eaters will for sure enjoy their duck served with cabbage. My favorite is their dessert: Polish forest fruits, whipped cream with crumble.
Tip: During the winter Rumburak turned into a bar. Although most of their tasty things might be available, you should now expect drinks with a snack, rather than a full restaurant experience.
Rumburak | Bars, Snacks | Prosecco (glass) PLN 10
Plac Zbawiciela 5
Sun – Thu 17:00 – 02:00, Fri – Sat 17:00 – 03:00