Warsaw in the Michelin Guide

Warsaw’s culinary scene has always been dynamic, diverse and extremely creative. This creativity was especially visible during the pandemic. Fortunately, this time is behind us, and the cuisine of our city has been revived exceptionally intensively.

There are many associations concerning typical Warsaw dishes; dumplings, Warsaw herring, tripe and for dessert WZ-etka.

However, it’s not just about the food itself. Culinary Warsaw is characterized by extraordinary diversity and it refers to three elements: Places – some of them extremely iconic; Products – that is, restaurateurs’ care for the best suppliers; People – creators and artists of Warsaw’s gastronomy.

We have been promoting the culinary scene of Warsaw for a long time, on a scale that we could afford. We talk about it in our advertising materials, social media, and thanks to the support of the Polish Tourist Organization during joint study trips. We support events that promote local restaurateurs and their ventures.

We systematically talk about places where it is simply appropriate or necessary to visit and we will continue to do so, looking for new ways to reach domestic and foreign consumers.

Cooperation with the Michelin guide opens a new chapter in building an even stronger brand of our city – both the gastronomic and culinary one.

It will certainly increase the awareness of tourists about the quality of Warsaw’s offer and will further emphasize the importance of cities for the development of incoming tourism to Poland.

For Warsaw, this is another image strengthening this year. The title of the best tourist destination and the CNN recommendation on the one hand, and now the chance for the decisions of the Michelin guide inspectors and the awarded stars will be of great importance in strengthening interest in the destination of our city.

Link to the article of the Polish Tourist Organization:

Michelin Guide partners with Polish Tourism Organisation to highlight Krakow, Warsaw and Poznan