Warsaw is an ideal place for all coffee lovers. There are lots of places where you can dring really good coffee. Cappuccino, latte, flat white, espresso, chemex, drip or cold brew? No problem! We’ve chosen for you 5 best cafes situated in the city centre where you can not only drink coffee but also spend some nice time.
This café is located in the centre of Warsaw, near the Palace of Culture and Science and Central Station. Here you’ll get the best coffee in town. You can also try some delicious tarts, sandwiches and cakes. All this in a cozy and bright interior. During the summertime there is also a nice garden. If you’re here for a coffee we recommend you to visit Poznańska street nearby. There are lots of restaurants and bars there (for example: Tel Aviv Urban Food with great vegan food).
CoffeeDesk: 42 Wilcza Street, FB
This is one of the trendiest coffeehouses in town. Don’t be discouraged by the crowd inside and outside this place. The coffee here is really worth spending some time in a queue. You can also try some delicious sandwiches, soups and cakes here or buy some accessories to make coffee. The interior of this café is beautiful and full of plants. The store is located near Royal Route, next to the Chopin Museum so this is a great spot for a quick rest while you’re in this part of Warsaw.
Stor: 33 Tamka Street, FB
For the past few years this place is in the top of Warsaw’s cafes. Except for coffee you can get here some cakes, sandwiches, smoothies and juices (some of them a bit unusual like ginger, celery or beetroot). Ministerstwo Kawy is located near Plac Zbawiciela which is one of the most popular places in town (with bars, cafes and restaurants full of people). From here it’s only a 15 minutes walk to the one of the most beautiful places in Warsaw – Royal Łazienki Park.
Ministerstwo Kawy: 27/35 Marszałkowska Street, FB
Do you want to see how Warsaw cafes looked like during the time of communism? Visit Forum, which is all designed in seventies style. Decoration is quite rough but unique. This café is located only a 15 minutes walk from The Unknown Soldier Thomb.
Forum: 11 Elektoralna Street, FB
This is a tiny café in the close center of Warsaw, near the Royal Route. You can taste some delicious coffee here and also have a proper meal. There are cakes, sandwiches, tarts, breakfast sets and lunches. The whole menu is vegetarian. If you are a fan of rock music you’ll love this place. There are posters from The Rolling Stones concerts hanging on the walls and you can also listen to their music there.
Nancy Lee: 9 Górskiego Street, FB