Joanna Jakubiuk’s absolute virtuosity in the area of the most popular Polish comfort food – pierogi – is just a slice of her knowledge of traditional cuisine. She is an enthusiast of local products. Read more »about: Joanna Jakubiuk
In 2016, the culinary guide Gault&Millau dubbed Justyna Słupska-Kartaczowska the Female Chef of the Year. Since not long ago, Słupska-Kartaczowska not only cooks, but is also the co-owner of the jaDka restaurant in Wrocław’s Old City area. She approaches Polish cuisine in a modern way – based on local products and inspired by recipes from the oldest culinary books.
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Daniel Myśliwiec (1987) is one of the most talented young generation chefs in Małopolska. He gained his experience in various restaurants in Kraków. He has also worked in Spain and London. A year ago, he was chosen by Gault & Millau Poland as the Małopolska – Śląsk - Podkarpacie Young Talent. Read more »about: Daniel Myśliwiec
Chef at the Gothic Cafe restaurant in Malbork.Through the menu, service and music, Gałązka references the times of the stronghold’s greatness. His menu is dominated by dishes inspired by old regional recipes, and books such as Königsberger Kochbuch from the XV century. Read more »about: Bogdan Gałązka
Famous ambassador of minimalism on plate. One of the first Polish chefs practicing what could be called the cuisine of the future, often applying the sous vide method. He is a perfectionist who doesn't tolerate any weaknesses or shortcuts in the kitchen. Read more »about: Robert Trzópek
Chef and co-owner of the successful Ancora restaurant in Kraków. Experienced in working for renowned hotels, he was the Chief Culinary Consultant during the Polish Presidency of the European Union in 2011. Read more »about: Adam Chrząstowski