Another affirmation that Poland is increasingly a destination for great culinary experiences.
Located in Cracow’s Kazimierz District, Bottiglieria 1881 restaurant received a prestigious award – a Michelin star. 🍴
On Friday, the list of restaurants distinguished in the latest Michelin Red Guide “Main Cities of Europe 2020” was announced. So far, only two Polish restaurants have been awarded a Michelin star. A few years ago, they were awarded to the Warsaw restaurants Atelier Amaro and Senses and they have been maintained this year.
On Friday, Cracow’s Bottigliera 1881 joined the pack 🍷🍴
Inspectors appreciated the cuisine of Przemysław Klima and the selection of over 400 wines on the menu. As we can read in the description of the restaurant, in Bottiglieria 1881 we find “a seasonal menu based mainly on regional products. A tasting menu is also available. We have 24 seats. “
“The talented chef Przemysław Klima, after almost a decade of absence, returned to his hometown, where he uses the best Polish pantries in his creative, modern dishes. The intimate, hundred-year-old cellars in the heart of Kazimierz provide a suitable background, ”we read in the press release regarding the new edition of the Michelin Red Guide. 🍷
Bib Gourmand Awards
In addition, this year, seven restaurants in Warsaw and Cracow received the Bib Gourmand award, granted for the favorable ratio of food quality to price. These are: Alewino, Brasserie Warszawska, Butchery and Wine, Kieliszki na Hożej, Szóstka, as well as Fiorentina and Zazie.
Keep up the great work Poland’s chefs and culinary staff!