Experience the flavours of Asia
InAzia restaurant serves unique and extravagant specialities of South-East Asian cuisine created by our Chef Marcin Sasin. Our menu abounds with sophisticated dishes which are a cross-section of flavours and aromas of the distant Orient. It includes Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese dishes, as well as rarities from the Indonesia and Singapore region.
The dishes at InAzia restaurant are prepared and served in a traditional manner - exactly like in the best restaurants in Bangkok, Tokyo and Singapore. The uniqueness of our dishes is due to the highest quality of their ingredients: only fresh, original items and spices like lemon grass and coriander, as well as popular Asian cuisine sauces (teriyaki, sweet chilli and lemon chilli).
InAzia restaurant is famous for its unique, delicious seafood and meats, primarily wagyu beef and duck. Our experienced waiters are more than happy to help you find the ideal accompaniment from our collection of wines and champagnes.
Based on the culinary 'stamp' of South-East Asian countries, the way of serving appetisers and main dishes at InAzia restaurant offers all our guests the opportunity to share several dishes. We serve our guests a selection of treats on rotary plates, in small pieces or slices; and if you prefer you can eat with chopsticks.
Thai cuisine is considered one of the best and most original cuisines of the world because of its use of original spices and pastes. This cuisine can be distinguished from other Asian countries by its spices and aromas.
Specialities of InAzia Restaurant:
Tom Kha Gai
A traditional spicy Thai soup with chicken and coconut milk, it is one of the most popular dishes in our restaurant. The soup's spicy flavour is gently soothed by the coconut milk. Tom Kha Gai is light and refreshing and every Far East cuisine lover will find his/her favourite flavours in it.
With green vegetables and hoi sin and sweet chilli sauces. Peking duck is one of the flagship Chinese dishes at InAzia restaurant; but here we have gone several steps further - we recommend the crispy duck, sliced, with the hoi sin's sweet-spicy taste.
Thai fried noodles with shrimp and peanuts. In Thailand you can eat it anywhere; at stalls, in the street and on almost every street corner. Due to its popularity it appears in many options, often with meat: chicken or pork, or as a vegetarian dish.
- Monday - Saturday 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Sunday (brunch) 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm