Amuni is a new Italian restaurant opened a few days ago at Górnośląska Street, next to Brasserie Warszawska restaurant. Warsaw Amuni is the third venue under the same brand, the other two operate in Bruges (Belgium) and in Prague. The chef of the new place is Andrea Scarantino, Italian owner and chef of Mamma Marietta restaurant. Amuni specializes in a craft pizza made with “slow food” labelled products. To prepare the dough, the chefs use organic flour made of wheat grains that are organically produced in Italy. The base of each pizza is wholemeal dough, which grows with the help of natural yeast for at least 24 hours. The menu of the restaurant includes four types of pizzas – rosso (with tomato sauce), bianche (white pizza), stuffed and gourmet (thicker with specially selected ingredients such as asiago, nduja, ragusano cheese or tuna carpaccio). We will also eat here homemade pasta such as tagliatelle ragù, ravioli in gorgonzola sauce with walnuts or tagliatelle with beef “fassona piemontese”. There are also starters in the menu (eg burrata with nduja, honey and walnuts), soups, as well as several main dishes such as grilled octopus with potato puree, asparagus and paprika, beef cheek cooked sous vide or pan brioche with tuna tatar, burrata, dried tomatoes and basil pesto.