Taking 90 minutes to prepare the base after a wobbly table threatened to derail the whole attempt, it then took the Mr. Pancake team over two hours to carefully stack the 166 sponge disks to reach a whopping 102.4cm.
Named Nine’s in honour of the number that Lewandowski has worn ever since starting his career at Znicz Pruszkow, the project has been built to cover a staggering 1,300 sq/m spread across four-floors of a historic 19th century malthouse.
Founded in 2012, Ciao a Tutti are celebrating after being ranked 30th in the prestigious rankings issued by the Italian-run Top 50 portal.
The value of the Polish hotel, restaurant and catering market (HoReCa), which plummeted by 31 percent last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will rebound by some 14 percent this year and reach PLN 25.9 billion (EUR 5.69 billion), a report has shown.
A regulation by the Council of Ministers easing a number of Covid related restrictions was announced on Sunday, the new rules will be in place until June 25.
Poles can now enjoy a meal in a restaurant again owing to a loosening of lockdown restrictions that took effect on Friday.
Poland will allow cinemas, threatres, philharmonic halls and cultural institutions to open on May 21, earlier than previously expected, as coronavirus restrictions are being gradually eased, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has announced.
Hotels in Poland resumed operations on Saturday but only at 50-percent capacity, restaurants and cafes will open on May 15 but only for customers sitting outside as part of measures easing lockdown restrictions.
From May 4 shopping malls, art galleries, museums and building material and furniture stores will reopen. Hotels will be able to resume operations on May 8 but only at 50-percent capacity, and restaurants, cafes and bars on May 15 but only for customers sitting outside. May 15 will also see lifting of facemasks in public.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and related restrictions have plunged Poland's restaurant industry into financial dire straits.