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Dedicated to Mediterranean cuisine and urban lifestyle, AIOLI is one of the brightest stars of the capitals' culinary map. In an industrial, yet cosy interior an intense city rhythm meets with fresh and simple Mediterranean cuisine. Its symbol - aioli sauce, is one of the simplest and oldest sauces on our continent. Characteristic for AIOLI dishes come out of an open kitchen: delicious breakfasts with a coffee at a maximum price of just over a dozen pln, Mediterranean snacks and tapas, Middle Eastern salads, homemade fresh sandwiches, a variety of pastas, burgers and surprising pizzas ( for example TALEGGIO with caramelized onion, pear and Taleggio from Bergamo neighborhood). Our head chef Piotr…
I was really surprised by the quality of food and drinks here. Amazing! There is always a long wait, but we sat at the bar and really enjoyed ourselves. My favorite here is there lemonades and teas... so good! There are a few locations now...More
Although the service itself wasn't what I would consider top-notch (though that could have been due to the sheer crowd of people there when I went), the food itself was delicious. I ordered their "Sausage & Eggs" breakfast. Though simple, it was exactly what I...More
Breakfast options are few, but very flavourful and filling, was very happy with my smoked salmon and eggs. Our gloomy drizzly and chilling January morning was instantly brightened by sweet and spicy Sambucca teas. Very reasonable prices for what you get, no wonder the place...More
The's not a Place for quiet eating. We visited there for lunch and the Service was really fast despite that the restaurant was full of people.
The waited recommended drinks and dishes. The food was good!
I can imagine the place in the night time...More
On the 2nd day during my 4 day visit to Warsaw, my cab driver pointed out Aioli as somewhere worth going for dinner. I went that very night and the next night for dinner. Me and my partner absolutely loved the food and atmosphere. On...More