November 22nd, 2013
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Polish cities, attitudes and styles: they've all developed their own distinct identities since the country parted with communism almost 25 years ago - but can the same now be achieved with Polish cuisine?

That's the aim of Wojciech Amaro, an award-winning Polish chef and the man behind the country's first Michelin Star restaurant, who is intent on changing perceptions of his country's culinary craft.

"We're trying to draw a new line for Polish cuisine," Amaro explained. "(This means) having a new combination (of ingredients) but in the end, people can feel this is Poland on the plate."

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Filed under: Fine Dining • Poland • Travel

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