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In the latest Michelin Red Guide, “Main Cities of Europe”, the Bottiglieria 1881 restaurant was awarded a star. It is the first restaurant from Krakow and the third one in Poland to have received a prestigious award.
Michelin Star finally in Krakow
Restaurant Bottiglieria 1881 is the first restaurant from Krakow awarded a Michelin star and the third such restaurant in Poland. Previously, Michelin stars were awarded to Warsaw’s Atelier Amaro and Senses restaurants. Both these restaurants kept their stars in this year’s edition of the guide.
In addition, seven restaurants were awarded the BIB Gourmand distinction for their good value for money. For the first time it was awarded to Szostka restaurant in Warsaw and Fiorentina restaurant in Krakow. The remaining restaurants with the BIB Gourmand distinction are: Kieliszki na Hozej, Zazie, Ale Wino, Brasserie Warszawska and Butchery and Wine.
Restaurant Bottiglieria 1881 operates in Krakow’s Kazimierz (Bochenska Street), and the chef is Przemyslaw Klima. The restaurant offers a seasonal menu based on regional products and a degustation menu.
HoReCa is back in operation
According to PMR data, the value of the HoReCa market in Poland has been growing in recent years, by 6% year on year in 2019 to nearly PLN 33bn. In 2020, this situation was changed by the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic in Poland and the resulting restrictions on the operation of gastronomic premises (ban on serving guests in the premises and the possibility to provide services only for take-away or delivery).Currently, the restrictions on the operation of restaurants have been loosened (restaurants may welcome guests under an appropriate sanitary regime).