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Time Out From Bustle
July 9, 2008 By Magda Kuszewska   
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The clocks which gave this café its name pop up above the bar, in a corner of the room and at the entrance. Time has stood still on some of them, which is deliberate on the part of the owners. They want guests to take their time here. When you come to Time Café, you are encouraged to leave the stresses of city life behind.

Time Café occupies three rooms in a basement. One of the rooms serves as a concert venue, with concerts taking place on Fridays and Saturdays and jam sessions on Sundays. Time Café is hosting a Warsaw Summer Jazz Days concert July 11, featuring Golden Nine.

Time Café is a restaurant and a gallery in one. If you like the table you are seated at, you can decide to buy it. You can buy most of the furnishings at Time Café, including renovated furniture items.

The new menu will remain until the autumn at least. It offers starters, soups, pastas, fish, seafood and salads. Most of it is mediterranean cuisine, but you can also spot a few Polish dishes. For starters, you can try sweet pear with blue cheese (zl.12) or pierogi with, for example, lentils (zl.15). A popular order at Time Café are potato pancakes with chanterelles (zl.14) or sour cream (zl.12). You might also like to order a salad with orange, grapefruit and honey chicken (zl.21). As for pastas, try the home-made pasta with cottage cheese, bacon and onions. If you feel more like soup, try the celery soup with salmon (zl.10) or the cold soup (zl.11) which tastes particularly good on a hot summer day.

Main courses include such delicacies as pork loins with green pepper sauce served on garlic bread. From Monday to Friday between noon and 4 p.m., Time Café serves a Polish lunch for zl.15. Every day from 5 p.m., Time Café opens a summer patio. On Mondays, all alcoholic drinks are half price.

Time Café, 40 Smolna St., open daily from noon until midnight. The café can accommodate parties and conferences.
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