Warsaw’s largest food hall was officially opened this weekend in the capital’s newly renovated Norblin Factory complex. With an interior designed by Bernatek Architects, ‘Food Town’, covers five historic halls and 3,200 square metres of the former Fabryka Norblina (Norblin Factory), making it the largest space of its kind in the city.
Representing a variety of world cuisines from European, Middle-Eastern, Asian, Tex-Mex and including Vegan/Vege options, the food hall’s 23 food outlets are combined with four original bars and an additional entertainment space.
Food Town also features 4 original bars managed by Beverage Director Tomasz Małek, who is the winner of 66 barman competitions around the world, including 4-time champion of the Roadhouse World Final.
Małek said: “We are creating an unbelievable place, which will delight visitors with its diversity and its quality. We have planned four different bars, in which we will serve different cocktails in an Asian style, aperitifs, classic, cocktails, mocktails, vegan and organic. Everything in the spirit of minimal waste.”
Food Town will be open seven days a week, with extended opening hours on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.