Cool casual Japanese kitchen

After the huge success of take-away sushi in Japonki, Linh Nguyen and Dawid Uszyński propose a new concept. This time they started a new approach to Japanese cuisine. And they called their new restaurant, opposite Japonki and Azjatka, Japonka.

The duo created the menu to be able to share the best morsels, and the meal was a walk through various culinary techniques. That is why they describe the Japanese woman as the concept of "cool casual".

Apart from sashimi and sushi, you can try grilled robata dishes, Japanese beef or real tempura.

Linh Nguyen studied medicine but "gave up the doctor’s gown" to infect us with the love of Asian cuisine. Nguyen (interestingly, 40% of Vietnamese carry this surname) started her culinary career by opening Vietnamese restaurants, which years ago were admired by Warsaw food critics. Although "To To Pho" and "Pho Kwadrat" enjoy unflagging popularity, Linh, hungry for new experiences, decided to bring Korean cuisine and pan-Asian vegetable street food to the capital.

Dawid Uszynski, who worked for years in recognized London restaurants, including North Road, awarded 1* Michelin. The growing fascination with Japan resulted in a change in his CV. For 5 years he improved his skills in the motherland of Japanese culinary art - Yashin restaurant, after then he became the chef of Lebanese Mayha, specializing in the omakase tasting menu.

A tip for Japanese kitchen lovers

Dawid has prepared a home-style, easy dishes to be enjoyed at lunch time. Relaxed, affordable, quick to serve and eat.

56 Grzybowska Street 


Mon - Fri 12.00pm - 03.00pm* | 06.00pm - 10.00pm* 
Sat 01.00pm - 10.00pm*
Sun 01.00pm - 09.00pm*

* last order


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