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Robert Lewandowski’s new restaurant isn't making up the numbers

WORDS Piotr Koźmiński

Robert Lewandowski’s appetite for goals is so insatiable that the striker has had to resort to opening a restaurant in his hometown of Warsaw to try and supplement his diet.

Granted, there’s a good chance that that’s not actually the reason he’s launched Nine’s, although its epic scale does go some way to doing justice to the Bayern München striker’s footballing achievements.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

Nine’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, Haberbuscha i Schielego 6, 00-844 Warsaw

Lewandowski, of course, places great store in the food that he consumes, helped in no small part by his wife Anna, who is a sports nutritionist. In that vein there are healthy options available – including a bar dedicated to almond milk beverages – but customers have the option to branch out, taking their pick from American, Asian and Polish cuisine.

As you might expect, the converted 19th-century malthouse is chock-full of memorabilia. There’s a pair of boxing gloves signed by Polish boxer Andrzej Gołota, for example, as well as a pair of skis that previously belonged to Polish ski jumper and Winter Olympics gold medallist Kamil Stoch.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

Obviously there’s football fare too, including the boots in which Lewandowski scored goal number 41 to overtake Gerd Müller’s record for the most strikes in a single Bundesliga season.

Oh, and let’s not overlook one of the menu’s specialities, to be found in the snacks section: pretzels. But these aren’t just any old pretzels – they are in the shape of a number nine (you might be picking up on a theme here). They even come in a choice of flavours, covering the full gamut from smoked butter and pickles to the Hat Trick Pretzel Pizza. Score.

Robert Lewandowski’s appetite for goals is so insatiable that the striker has had to resort to opening a restaurant in his hometown of Warsaw to try and supplement his diet.

Granted, there’s a good chance that that’s not actually the reason he’s launched Nine’s, although its epic scale does go some way to doing justice to the Bayern München striker’s footballing achievements.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

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Nine’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, Haberbuscha i Schielego 6, 00-844 Warsaw

Lewandowski, of course, places great store in the food that he consumes, helped in no small part by his wife Anna, who is a sports nutritionist. In that vein there are healthy options available – including a bar dedicated to almond milk beverages – but customers have the option to branch out, taking their pick from American, Asian and Polish cuisine.

As you might expect, the converted 19th-century malthouse is chock-full of memorabilia. There’s a pair of boxing gloves signed by Polish boxer Andrzej Gołota, for example, as well as a pair of skis that previously belonged to Polish ski jumper and Winter Olympics gold medallist Kamil Stoch.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

Obviously there’s football fare too, including the boots in which Lewandowski scored goal number 41 to overtake Gerd Müller’s record for the most strikes in a single Bundesliga season.

Oh, and let’s not overlook one of the menu’s specialities, to be found in the snacks section: pretzels. But these aren’t just any old pretzels – they are in the shape of a number nine (you might be picking up on a theme here). They even come in a choice of flavours, covering the full gamut from smoked butter and pickles to the Hat Trick Pretzel Pizza. Score.

Robert Lewandowski’s appetite for goals is so insatiable that the striker has had to resort to opening a restaurant in his hometown of Warsaw to try and supplement his diet.

Granted, there’s a good chance that that’s not actually the reason he’s launched Nine’s, although its epic scale does go some way to doing justice to the Bayern München striker’s footballing achievements.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

Nine’s Restaurant & Sports Bar, Haberbuscha i Schielego 6, 00-844 Warsaw

Lewandowski, of course, places great store in the food that he consumes, helped in no small part by his wife Anna, who is a sports nutritionist. In that vein there are healthy options available – including a bar dedicated to almond milk beverages – but customers have the option to branch out, taking their pick from American, Asian and Polish cuisine.

As you might expect, the converted 19th-century malthouse is chock-full of memorabilia. There’s a pair of boxing gloves signed by Polish boxer Andrzej Gołota, for example, as well as a pair of skis that previously belonged to Polish ski jumper and Winter Olympics gold medallist Kamil Stoch.

The place makes a big impression across its four floors: there’s a sport bar in the basement, then a restaurant across two floors and an events space at the top, which includes rows of stadium-style seats and a big screen.

Obviously there’s football fare too, including the boots in which Lewandowski scored goal number 41 to overtake Gerd Müller’s record for the most strikes in a single Bundesliga season.

Oh, and let’s not overlook one of the menu’s specialities, to be found in the snacks section: pretzels. But these aren’t just any old pretzels – they are in the shape of a number nine (you might be picking up on a theme here). They even come in a choice of flavours, covering the full gamut from smoked butter and pickles to the Hat Trick Pretzel Pizza. Score.

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