Restaurant Amber Room is located in the Sobanski Palace which belongs to the Polish Business Roundtable Club. The restaurant was founded on the initiative of Jan Wejchert and from September 2009, started to be available not only to Club members. Amber Room specializes in Polish cuisine with a modern twist, using the current trends in global cuisine, including elements of the molecular cuisine. The restaurant proved its highest standards and quality of cuisine during the “Wine and Food Noble Night” – the competition, that is organized annually in Warsaw. During this event 12 of the best restaurants in Poland compete with each other in three categories: best appetizer, main course, dessert. For the first time in 2010 Amber Room took part in this contest and surpassed all expectations by winning in all three categories.

Opening Hours:

Monday - Friday  12.00 - 22.00
Saturday  12.00 - 22.30
Sunday: 12.00 -20.00


Historic Center of Warsaw - Like a Phoenix Rising from the Ashes…

The historic center of Warsaw constitutes an exception on UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List. It’s the only urban complex almost entirely reconstructed after the WWII total destruction. The careful reconstruction was so well done that the international community demonstrated its great appreciation through putting the historic city center of Warsaw on the list of the unique world heritage sites.


The contemporary Warsaw is a big city, Poland’s capital and its cultural, scientific, educational and tourist center. It is also the seat of many important financial institutions and big companies.


The small medieval settlement quickly developed to acquire its municipal rights in the early 14th century. Located upon the Vistula, an important transportation route, Warsaw was growing fast in importance and size. It was soon surrounded by defensive walls and the first brick houses were erected in the 14th century. In the early 17th century, the Warsaw castle became the seat of King Zygmunt III Waza, who just at that time transferred the country’s capital from Kraków to Warsaw. It was also at that time that the Old Town was greatly reshaped and connected with the New Town. Thus, the city’s development continued outside its defensive walls.


World War II brought total destruction to the oldest part of the city. Other quarters of Poland’s capital also lay in ruins. The reconstruction of the city took several years, and the rebuilding of the Royal Castle started only in 1971.


Due to the effort and skill of our architects and conservators as well as to the flow of time, today tourists are not able to distinguish original fragments of the historic buildings from the reconstructed ones. The charming Old Town streets lead to the Market Square where artists display their works and visitors can enjoy a meal or café in the numerous restaurant and café gardens or take a buggy ride. The first-floors of many houses are occupied by stylish restaurants, art galleries, antique and souvenir shops. Worth a visit are Old Town richly adorned churches and interesting museums.


The Royal Castle is a real trove of national mementos; its interiors are beautifully decorated and contain many works of art by the most famous European and Polish artists. Very popular is the nearby Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, the favorite meeting place and strolling area for Varsovians and tourists.

Source: Polish Tourist Organisation

 

 

Historically, the Sobański Palace was a villa belonging to the Sobański Family. After being renovated, in 2000 it was refurbished as a venue for the Polish Business Roundtable Club.  The building contains a restaurant, brasserie, bar, wine cellar, five private meeting rooms and
a garden with a patio.

The Amber Room restaurant on the ground floor of the Palace is open to the public, but the Club members have priority in making reservations.

Facilities reserved exclusively for Club members are on the first floor and in the basement of the Palace. The four private rooms on the first floor are ideal for private meetings, lunches and dinners. In the basement there is a less formal brasserie, bar area with a fireplace, one closed room for more private meetings, open air patio, and a wine cellar which can be used for wine tasting.

In order to guarantee the highest culinary quality, Restaurant Amber Room specializes primarily in catering for more intimate parties and events. All Amber Room Catering menu options are based on carefully selected dishes and flavors – the menus are created individually for the clients based on their specific needs, whether it’s cocktail party canapés, an elegant buffet, an all-day conference, or a dinner for closest friends. Our Executive Chef is personally involved in the preparation of the dishes for all catering requests, while wines and other alcohol are selected by head sommelier of the Polish Business Roundtable Club.











The Sobanski Palace is one of the most attractive places in Warsaw. It is perfect for your wedding as well. Beautifully arranged interiors, wide garden with the view on Ujazdowski Park, monumental terraces, outstanding cuisine and service – these all will make your staying here unforgettable.

For more information, please contact:
Iwona Misztal, Polish Business Roundtable Club office
Tel. (48 22) 523 66 65, e-mail: i.misztal@twe.com.pl

Restauracja Amber Room

Klub Polskiej Rady Biznesu
Aleje Ujazdowskie 13, 00-567 Warszawa

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