Among modern buildings of the Daszyński Roundabout and residential area called 19th District we find a specialty cafe. It’s a Polish sister of original Czech Typika from Prague. The Warsaw venue was opened in the summer of 2020 by Kuba Świątek who is a popular character on a coffee stage in the capital. He is not only a barista, he trains new people and writes articles about coffee. His new place fits perfectly to the office and modern environment. The dominating colours here are white and grey, but they are balanced by the wooden wall behind the bar, wooden details and plants. The interior was designed by Kogaa studio from Brno. Typika is full of natural sunlight thanks to the big windows that go all the way from the floor to the high 4,5-meter-tall ceiling. There is a great view of panorama of rising Warsaw with the skyscrapers under construction. A short menu consists few options for breakfast, specialty coffee from the machine and alternative methods, teas and local wines. Special mugs and cutlery were designed by a Dutch artist Maarten Baptist. Extra sits you will find on a small entresol and in the summer months also outside.
You can easily come here by bus, tram and metro from the Rondo Daszyńskiego stations or by a public bike.