Tamara Restaurant was created in 2010. It owes its name to Tamara Łempicka, a painter and celebrity from the Interwar period, who became famous in Paris by painting portraits and nudes. Reproductions of her paintings can be admired on the restaurant's walls, including the famous “Self-Portrait in a Green Bugatti” from 1925. Tamara Łempicka was the icon of the minimalist art deco style, which is used for the restaurant, lobby and bar.
The dishes served at the Tamara Restaurant allude to the Interwar Period in a variety of ways – with the richness of dishes and flavours paired with an elegant interior decor, the vegan and vegetarian dishes and the local Mszczonów cuisine of that time.
Tamara Łempicka is believed to have said: (…) “I adore good food – I talk about good food, I eat good food – and I always invite at least one person who shares my interests” (…)
Visit Tamara Restaurant and experience what Tamara Łempicka was talking about.
From Sunday to Thursday
12 noon – 10 p.m., last order at 9.30 p.m.
From Friday to Saturday
12 noon – 11 p.m., last order at 10.30 p.m.
To book a table call us or write:
tel. 46 857 60 60