As Poland’s only entree to become one of the best 100 chefs in the world, TFN caught up with the eternally busy Andrea Camastra, Michelin star chef and owner of Warsaw’s Senses restaurant, to chat about never planning for success, leveraging your best, and mixing art with science in the kitchen.
Michelin will invest PLN 169 mln (EUR 39 mln) in its plant in Olsztyn (north-eastern Poland) to increase production, the company said in a press release.
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The Michelin Guide tweeted the news with a photo of two of Wawrzyniak’s signature dishes: Atlantic herring cured two ways and a hearty lard with pickles and activated charcoal sourdough bread.