Warsaw is one of the most rapidly developing cities in Europe with huge potential, and it’s clear to see that in the the Warsaw coffee scene.
Specialty coffee roasters are surging up all over the city, with plenty of places to get a great brew. Chemex, Aeropress, cold brews of filter – whatever you’re in the mood for, you’ll find it here.
As for the best spots to go to? Here’s our pick of where to find the best coffee in Warsaw…
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This small family company specialises in expert roasting of only the best beans. The coffee store has funky tunes, and you can drink coffee from one of 10 coffee mixtures they offer every day.
This includes filter coffees, single origin espresso and creative styles – think Vietnamese coffees and more.
Pożegnanie z Afryka cafe has been in the same place for 25 years, and is one of the longest-standing places for amazing coffee in Warsaw.
There’s over 50 types of coffee beans to choose from here, which you can take home to try. Want to chill out here? They do all sorts of tasty styles of coffee.
Nancy Lee does some of the best coffee in Warsaw, with a laid back atmosphere and a homely vibe. Music plays from vinyl records and there’s all sorts of treats to enjoy.
It’s also a vegetarian restaurant, but the coffee is good enough to be an attraction all on its own.
Ministerstwo Kawy is a popular coffee store that’s been a local favourite for over five years, thanks to their rich Arabica brews. Whether you go for a drip coffee or espresso, it’s guaranteed to be great.
Be sure to order one of their homebaked pastries on the side.
Secret Life Cafe might be small, but it’s an amazing spot for delicious goods and fresh coffee. Huge windows let the sunshine in, making it a great place to start the day.
Order a simple espresso and any of the breakfast menu items. You can’t go wrong.
Filtry is a Third Wave coffee house that serves up some of the best freshly roasted coffee in Warsaw. It’s small and cosy, with all sorts of coffee items on the menu.
Don’t leave with tasting the amazing brownie cake with sea salt. It goes perfectly with the rich and creamy coffees.
Forum brew and serve coffees from top European roasters, which they serve on a seasonal menu. Every week they offer a different choice of single origin coffees, freshly roasted and manually harvested, so you can try something new each visit.
They also have all sorts of coffee equipment in store, so you can get your home brew on!