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      Reliving the history

      Established in the 1930's by the renowned actor Eugeniusz Bodo, Café Bodo and Cafe Snob served as a favourite get together place for finest Polish actors, artists and musicians. With combined efforts of an expert architect Anna Wesolowska and a passionate head chef Marek Kropelnicki, the location reopened under a name DOBODO, and with a fresh concept of the fine dining restaurant, offering local seasonal cuisine. The guests are now able to experience the atmosphere of the past combined with a modern European twist to the most excellent Polish dishes. What a better way to indulge into the local culture and history than tasting the extraordinary creations that reminds of the tradition, but also introduces to new trends in the art of cooking?

      Passion for quality local produce

      In order to deliver a fantastic dining experience, DOBODO sources first-class ingredients ranging from the famous Polish cheeses- amber, sapphire, and ruby to magnificent meats and fish, sourced from prestigious butchers and fishmongers. The appreciation for Polish taste and tradition is truly reflected in the produce selected for the menu. The head chef Marek Kropelnicki prides himself in promoting local distributors and farmers. He carefully searches for and selects the freshest products, which guarantee unforgettable and incomparable taste. DOBODO believes in sustainable and organic producers and serves works of art on a plate using their products exclusively.




      Fine dining twist on traditional Polish cuisine

      The menu, yet simple, offers a fulfilling experience for both vegetarians and meat lovers. The secret lies in the quality of both ingredients and skills used to compose delectable dishes. Apart from the selection of starters and main courses, DOBODO offers excellently prepared desserts, which will sweeten the visit even more! For the enthusiasts of many flavours, five and seven course seasonal tasting menu is available. These positions include exclusive specialities such as slow cooked Zlotnicki Pork bacon and Pierogi with smoked eel and pear. Every dish is served with a world class attention to detail and care, as DO BO DO emphasizes the presentation as much as the taste and flavour.


      Exquisite interior design

      The finishing touch of this memorable experience is the décor of DOBODO, highly influenced by the heritage of its location. The co-owner Anna Wesolowska has showed her talent and designed a functional but stylish and elegant environment. The selected elements of Art Deco design include renovated chairs, cupboards and lamps, which enhance the ambience of the venue. In order to commemorate the founder of the original Café Bodo, the walls were embellished with photographs from The National Film Archive. DOBODO wants to share its passion to the 1930's style and offers its guests to acquire historical elements of the décor and antiques, which would remind them of the delightful experience they had at DOBODO.  





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