A Culinary Renaissance in Poland?
It was, both for the chef and for Polish food in general, a huge achievement. No restaurant in Poland had ever received such a distinction before.
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#1 Mar 27, 2014
Apparently Atalier Amaro is one of the best restaurants in Warsaw, rising almost over night
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