Situated in the very heart of London’s South Kensington, the legendary Daquise has been serving delicious, traditional Polish cuisine for over sixty years. Since 1947 we have welcomed many esteemed guests and played a small part in the history of both London and Poland. In the sixties, during the height of the Profumo affair, we played host to Christine Keeler and Yevgeni Ivanov, the naval attaché of the Soviet Embassy and KGB spy. Roman Polanski regularly stopped by for dumplings and goulash whilst filming Repulsion, as did Edward Raczynski, the President of Poland in exile, who anointed Daquise his unofficial headquarters and planned many campaigns to over throw the Communist regime from our tables. There is nothing that would please us more than to welcome you to our restaurant and together uphold the legend of Daquise.