Przegryź (Take a bite / bite through) has been a culinary wonder on the Warsaw map for 10 years now. The restaurant, serving mostly new and seasonal Polish cuisine, belongs to Piotr Najsztub, a Polish publicist and journalist. The menu involves some classic Polish dishes though, like rosół (chicken soup), pierogi (dumplings) and great cakes.
Recently they served lovely asparagus in every possible form: creamed, with egg, on toast. There is a seasonal menu, and for the summer you get i.e. Polish potatoes or a very Polish plant bób (broad bean), paired with guacamole. Also their soups, salads, fish and meat are pleasingly composed with the freshest ingredients and beautifully served. Also, you will definitely fall in love with their cakes, accompanied by great coffee.
The thing I love about the place is that they accept dogs. They also cook for them: small, middle or big portions can be ordered from the waiter just like any other dish served here.