This is our restaurant’s motto which will hopefully speak to you. From everything that we’ve left behind in life, especially from all those serene moments we keep in our memory, taste is something that we will always remember.
Children’s treats, home-made delicacies served on family tables, wild feasts with friends, or glamorous banquets organized to celebrate corporate success – each of these moments had its unique taste that made our lives better, more interesting, complete.
Some of the savors evoke personal sentiments, others connect us to the world that we live in or to the tradition and history. As we share them with family and friends, they make our thoughts go back to certain people and places.
We want every moment spent at Rest. Baczewskich to bring back the best of memories, but we also hope to enrich the foregone flavors so that our guests remember them for a long time. This is the goal of our kitchen, our bar and of everything that makes the unique atmosphere of our restaurant.
As far as our cuisine is concerned, we like to draw inspiration from the 20. and the 30., a brief yet exuberant period of time. This period survived in our memories just like a table with all the culinary fruits of previous centuries. What we serve you is modern and full of flavor. With respect to the past and the culinary heritage of previous generations, we aim to create a courageous place that draws inspiration from the modern times.
We took the name Baczewski, but not because of its obvious ties with the renowned brand of alcohol of the same name. We took the name as it’s the symbol and the synonym of great taste. The noble Baczewski family introduced the elitist lifestyle to the Polish cultural life. Their name was present everywhere where the spirit of luxury mingled with entertainment and feasting.
At Rest. Baczewskich, we like to tell stories about different tastes; after all, they enrich our everyday life. And what’s a better place to do that than a charming small palace at Aleja Szucha 17/19 in Warsaw, one of the city’s few buildings that survived World War II, which today is a mute witness of the joys and sorrows of the time that has passed? Warsaw’s fin de siècle, the colorful Interwar period or the turbulent post-war era – each of these periods has marked its presence in our place. We fully intend to recreate their spirits at the table, at the bar, in the cabaret.
Erected in 1895 for Maria Agapijew, the neo-renaissance edifice had survived the times of Polish People’s Republic and was later thoroughly renovated. Today it welcomes all of its guests and invites them for an excellent meal.
We make great effort to ensure that all our guests leave our doors richer with fantastic memories.