First time visitors probably ask themselves why's this street on a list at all??? After my second visit to Warsaw I understand them.
On my previous visit to Warsaw, 9 years ago in 2007, this street was an open air museum. It was the part of the Ghetto during WWII, and the buildings were left like they were in...
This might have been worth visiting once, but it's currently under reconstruction, and the whole building is covered except the ground floor. If you're walking past, have a look, but any sense of the history of the place is really down to your imagination.
Shame that the buildings are all covered. There is nothing left of the old facade. Seems to me, that locals are interested only in the new buildings and such a shame that they are covering all the sad history.. New, in this case, doesn't mean better.
This is actually one of the very few streets in Warsaw with pre-war buildings. After the recent restoration it regained some charm (some, because much of it has been lost anyway due to the post-war demolition of the city center). Close to Plac Grzybowski, one of the nicest squares in Warsaw.
Some good quality restaurants (e.g. Pasadena) nearby.
On one hand such a shame they didn't leave it the way it was after the war. But on the other the area around is developing and becoming a great place to go for a dinner, walk or a drink. Still you can feel the spirit of this part of the city.