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Polish restaurants awarded Michelin stars

20.06.2024 15:00
Warsaw’s Nuta restaurant has been awarded its second Michelin star, and three other Polish restaurants have won their first stars.
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Nuta has been on the Polish capital’s culinary map for less than three years and has now received its second consecutive Michelin star.

No other establishment in the country has achieved such a feat in such a short time, news outlets reported.

Three other Polish restaurants were also honored: one each in Gdańsk, Kościelisko and Warsaw.

Michelin inspectors, who bestow the world’s most renowned culinary accolades, were particularly impressed by the dishes prepared by a chef from Apulia, Italy, who has been living in Poland for 20 years.

“The master of culinary art, Andrea Camastra, delighted the anonymous inspectors with the grace of a virtuoso for the second time. And it is not so obvious, because this year in France the famous red guide deprived as many as 31 establishments of one or more stars,” the Nuta restaurant proudly shared via social media.

Camastra has won the culinary Oscar seven times. Previously, his former restaurant Senses, which was closed in Poland due to the pandemic, was awarded a Michelin star five times.

The Nuta restaurant recently took first place in the Forbes & FOR Top 50 Restaurants ranking. The venue is located at Warsaw’s Plac Trzech Krzyży.

New Michelin stars in Poland for 2024

Michelin stars have also been awarded to three other Polish restaurants.

On Thursday, the famous Michelin Guide announced that the following places will receive this exceptional distinction in 2024: Giewont in Kościelisko, with Przemysław Sieradzki responsible for the menu; Arco by Paco Pérez in Gdańsk, headed by master chef Antonio Arcieri; and Rozbrat 20 in Warsaw’s Powiśle, with Bartosz Szymczak as the head chef.

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Additionally, the Eliksir restaurant in Gdańsk has become the first in Poland to receive the Michelin Green Star, which recognizes establishments leading in sustainable gastronomy and collaboration with local suppliers.


Source: pot.gov.pl