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Poland a culinary destination with 49 MICHELIN star restaurants

In Poland 49 restaurants are the proud owner of MICHELIN stars. 22 has been added this year, and besides Warsaw and Cracow also Poznań has been added to the list. One restaurant has been promoted to Two MICHELIN Stars and 2 restaurants awarded One MICHELIN Star, as well as 6 new Bib Gourmand restaurants.In total per location there are: 18 MICHELIN star restaurants in Cracow, 11 in Poznań, 1 in Kościelisko and 19 in the capital, Warsaw.

Bottiglieria 1881 in Cracow is Poland’s first ever Two MICHELIN Star restaurant, having been promoted from its One MICHELIN Star status. Restaurant Muga in Poznań  has been awarded One MICHELIN Star. Six new restaurants has been awarded  Bib Gourmand award for offering good food at reasonable prices. 

Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides said: “We are thrilled to announce Poland’s first ever Two MICHELIN Star restaurant, as we continue to follow the exciting gastronomic developments in Cracow and Warsaw. We are also excited to expand our coverage of Poland to include Poznań, one of the country’s oldest cities, with its rich cultural history. The inspectors were impressed by its vibrant and fast developing restaurant scene and have found many appealing restaurants to recommend to our readers.”

Poland has been present in MICHELIN gudies since 1997, first in Warsaw, in 2008 it added Cracow and this year Poznań. The MICHELIN Guide has existed since 1900 and it covers 62 regions and cities, 30 are located in Europe.

See the full MICHELIN guide here: https://guide.michelin.com/pl/en/selection/poland/restaurants

Source: MICHELIN guide

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