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.
Voted Restaurant of the Year in 2019 for their enormously popular Agie and Katie Restaurant in the UK’s Stoke on Trent, Agnieszka Biernat and Katarzyna Sitko are now helping their local community and front-line workers.
As the implications of a restaurant shutdown ring around Poland’s F&B sector, those involved in the industry have struck back in a spirited bid to keep the segment afloat. TFN’ s Alex Webber spoke to some of those leading the charge.
With doctors and nurses in the frontline in the fight against coronavirus, restaurants and members of the public have been rallying around to make sure they have enough food to keep them going.
The Polish government is debating whether to shut down all bars and restaurants due to the spreading coronavirus, and the decision on the matter will be made later on Friday, Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz told the gazeta.pl news website.
The Nobu brand started from chef’s Nobu Matsuhisa’s mastery of combining Japanese traditions with tastes and products as well as from his friendship with Hollywood legend Robert De Niro. The new Warsaw venue will be one of only 20 Nobu Hotels in the world.