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Forbidden Fruit-Unless You're Hip
May 20, 2009   
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The Eve club has proved a hit with Warsaw celebrities and the trendy crowd since its recent opening. Pop singer Doda held her 25th birthday party here, and the club is a favorite with TV personalities, affluent Warsaw residents and foreigners.

For some, however, The Eve is forbidden fruit-it has a very strict door policy. Inside, the original interior decoration combines luxury with a regular club feel. The club consists of a room with a centrally located bar, surrounded by sitting areas, dance floor, and a private room behind a Venetian window.

You can also eat here, and the menu aspires far beyond bar fare. For a starter, you can order shrimp cocktail with avocado, fennel, and a mix of lettuce and fresh herbs; a sirloin steak tartare with capers, marinated mushrooms and soy and raisin sauce; or foie gras from goose marinated in brandy with grapes and grilled bread.

It is also worth trying the salad mix with flakes of beef marinated in wine and sprinkled with parmesan flakes.

Main dishes include ravioli with quail meat; Argentinian sirloin steak with potatoes mashed with celery, baked mushrooms and a parmesan wafer; or sea angel fillet with sweet pineapple chutney in cream and dill sauce, with mashed potatoes and poached egg. There is a wide choice of alcoholic drinks and tempting desserts, for example chocolate brownies with custard.

The club boasts a powerful sound system, Futurelight lighting, Art lasers and top-of-the-range DJ equipment.
M.R.

9 Piłsudskiego Sq., Wed.-Fri.
from 6 p.m., Sat. from 8 p.m., tel. 48-22 827 52 42
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