We have recently made a beautiful bilingual album for the Warsaw Tourism Organization. It shows the gastronomical revolution which we have been witnessing in the recent years. The album will be presented to the guests and added to the promo materials on the fairs in which Warsaw takes part.
“Culinary Warsaw” will not be for sale. However, we offer you an e-book so that you could also make use of our album.
It is a good time for culinary Warsaw and we can be proud of the recent revolution. And this is what we try to show you in our album. There is a great variety of elegant, designation-oriented places, as well as milk bars, unpretentious bistros, and nightclubs where you can eat well. We recommend markets, patisseries, places for breakfasts. Moreover, we also show vegan restaurants because they are in an avant-garde of our gastronomical revolution.
Additionally, we talk with great personalities who shape the vision of culinary Warsaw: Agnieszka Kręglicka on the pioneering ’90s, Daniel Pawełek on modern interpretations of the Polish cuisine, Maria Przybyszewska on her vegan lifestyle and zero waste approach, Albert Judycki and Jacek Malarski on pastry traditions in Warsaw, Andrea Camastra on the note to note technique which made him a proud owner of the prestigious Michelin star, Luc Magnon on mixing French and Polish products, Grzegorz Łapanowski on culinary education and finally with Basia Starecka who recommends us places for various occasions.
“Culinary Warsaw 2018” is our subjective choice of restaurants. We hope that in the next years we will have an opportunity to present you next editions of this culinary guide.
Agnieszka Kowalska, Warszawawarsaw.com – editor
Aga Bilska – photo edition
Mamastudio – design (Martyna Wyrzykowska – inside; Magdalena Ponagajbo – cover)
Maja Strzelecka – translation
Krzysztof Krzysztofiak – prepress
Magdalena Jensen, Magdalena Assanowicz, Jacek Świąder – proof reading