I remember the area around 10 years ago: it was a dark district; the only people in the street were the prostitutes, and of course me, working in a school and getting home late in the evening. Nowadays, Poznańska is one of the most enjoyable streets in Warsaw.
It started with the Tel Aviv, a Jewish restaurant, then Beirut just opposite, a couple of coffee shops, vegetarian and veggie friendly places, and now Italian food.
ToTò Eataliano was my last discovery in the area. I got there because I saw pictures on Facebook of some friend who was out and I said to myself, “what the hell, you’ve got to try more Italian food in this city”. Italians can be very picky when it comes to pizza and pasta. Italian restaurants pop up on every corner but finding a good one can be hard.
Well, this place is nice and friendly. The wine is OK but the food is really tasty. In general, pizza should not be very heavy and greasy, and here you get that – for the light pizza lovers, this is a mandatory stop. The 4 cheeses pizza was delightful.
If you are wandering around and do not know which place to pick, then try this one!