Rubbing shoulders with household names such as Gordon Ramsay and Nigella Lawson, as well as global superstars such as José Andrés and Andrew Zimmern, the Polish chef was ranked in an international study conducted by Just Food magazine using Twitter statistics gathered from the GlobalData Influencer platform.
As of Saturday, October 24, new and tighter government restrictions will take effect in order to contain the spread of COVID-19. The measures include the closure of restaurants for two weeks and remote schooling for grades four to eight in elementary schools.
The Polish government has imposed new restrictions, which have come into force on Saturday, October 17, in order to "save the health and lives of the Polish people."
In August this year, average weekly restaurant spending was more than 43 percent higher than a year ago, wrote Santander Bank Polska economists on Monday, after an analysis of transactions made with the payment cards of its customers.
Having food delivered from restaurants to the home is becoming ever more popular in Poland and a second wave of coronavirus in the autumn will mean a flood of new orders for delivery services, Thursday's edition of the Rzeczpopolita daily reported.
Famously fronted by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper, the Warsaw branch represents the luxury brand’s 12th hotel and 43rd restaurant.
The restaurant will form part of a multifunctional water-complex in the Masurian lakes.
With lockdown over, Webber checks out of Warsaw and books himself into one of his favourite cities – Łódź.
PM Mateusz Morawiecki said Wednesday that restrictions would be lifted from Monday 18th May and will include easing lockdown rules on schools, public transport and sporting events too.
Customers will be able to buy vouchers which can later be traded in once the lockdown is over.