While the building remains the same, the space that Warsaw’s Biryani Kitchen occupies in it has changed. Originally opened in the former Oak and Alley location, the Indian restaurant has moved to the front of the building into the previous Three Crowns Coffee space.
From their Facebook page: “Thanks for supporting us these days 🙏🏻 We are happy to announce that we are open for dine in with 75% capacity. We are moved to other side of the building (Three crowns used to be). Please spread the word for us to near and dear ones. Happy to serve the community 😊 See you all soon 🥳
I’m excited for the change for this downtown Warsaw restaurant. The old Oak and Alley space never made for an ideal dining space, especially with the bar as the center of attention. The previous Three Crowns Coffee space makes much more sense, allowing for Biryani to function more efficiently. The new dining room also looks and feels more like a restaurant, adding instant credibility to the newest star in Warsaw’s downtown dining scene.
Find out more about my dining experience at the original location for Biryani Kitchen and why you should check out the new digs soon!