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Haka Bar offers sports and culinary emotions
June 11, 2014   
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Warsaw’s trendy Haka Bar will fill with sports emotions as of June 12
Guests will have an opportunity to watch all the FIFA World Cup 2014 Brasil matches over a glass of cocktails based on home-made fruit drinks.

Other sports events such as Gaelic Athletic Association games and Rugby Union friendly can also be watched at Haka.

Haka’s menu, based on modern European cuisine, includes dishes combining flavors from different cultures with elements of fusion cuisine straight from New Zealand, like beetroot, pumpkin or baked pepper soup, hot chicken wings, shrimps in tempura batter, chorizo, batata hummus and burgers from eel, beef and pork as well as vegetarian ones served in home-made brioches.

The tagline of the first bar in Warsaw inspired by New Zealand’s cuisine is “kitchen, brewery and wine” which means you can expect not only good food but also carefully selected drinks.

“New Zealand’s cuisine is a culinary journey around the world. Typical for our country are restaurants of the Pacific Rim type where they serve European dishes with a strong influence from Asia and Oceania.
In our country, even a bar by the road cares about the food quality, fresh ingredients and the way of serving. And this is what we want to do in Haka”, Shane Baker, Haka’s chef says.

The bar is located in a uniquely arranged brickwork interior of a 19th century building at 20 Bracka street. Some of the interior design was created by Paweł Grunert, an sculptor and designer whose works can be found in private collections and museums in Poland and abroad.


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