If you find yourself with time to spare in Warsaw, make your way to the Soho Factory, just off Mińska. It’s a huge post-industrial, brick walled eatery. Most of the seating is shared, using the concept of ‘eating islands’. This can sometimes make for a lot of noise, but it’s a warm liveliness, without being overwhelming. The kitchen, under the command of Robert Kondziela, offers a modern take on classic Polish and French cuisine. Food is served 24 hours a day, but is ideal for a lazy sunday breakfast.