Advantages Decent little kebab joint in a previously snack naked part of the city
Disadvantages Not outstanding
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The centre of the Zoliborz district of Warsaw is undoubtedly Plac Wilsona, a busy metro station that has bus stops ready to disperse people to the northern suburbs, a cinema, a park, a supermarket and numerous banks. It's a busy little junction but until now - a place to break up the hectic schedule and have some food and drink has been lacking.Amirt kebab has stepped in and filled the gap and my Nigerian work colleague has been raving about it, so much so that every break time is usually his opportunity to try and rope us into wanting a kebab (you normally need to order 3 for free delivery). So far I've resisted the temptation but recently popped into the restaurant itself. Coloured lamps hang from the ceiling and arabic tunes blast out on the radio.
This place is notably better looking than your average kebab joints but the food is actually quite cheap with lamb or chicken kebabs costing a mere 6zl or 13zl with fries, salad and a drink.There's more to the menu than ust that as you can expect the usual Arabic sweet treats like baklava too, the food is decent not amazing but warm, filling, flavourful and good value for the price. Since the introduction of some new metro stations (this used to be the end of the line), this part of the city is seeing a bit of a revamp and I imagine it could be rather fashionable relatively shortly with more and more interesting things opening up.
At the time of writing: 1 pound was 4.6zl
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