The MICHELIN Guide Poland expands to Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot in the Pomorskie Region

The MICHELIN Guide included the Tri-City area of Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot in Pomorskie region. The full restaurant selection for The MICHELIN Guide Poland was announced on Thursday, June 20, 2024.

The MICHELIN Guide Poland expands to Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot in  the Pomorskie Region

Under an agreement signed by the Polish Tourism Organisation with the renowned Michelin Guide, Pomerania (Pomorskie in Polish) and its capital Gdańsk are now included in this prestigious publication alongside other Polish regions represented by capitals - Warsaw, Krakow, and Poznań. This achievement is yet another testament to the exceptionally high quality of Poland's culinary offerings, opening up fantastic new opportunities for promoting our country. Culinary tourism is currently one of the fastest-growing trends in the travel industry, driven by the increasing popularity of urban and cultural tourism.

The selection process of establishments honored by the world-famous Michelin Guide has concluded. Based on inspections and evaluations, six restaurants were awarded prestigious "stars," 16 received the Bib Gourmand title, and as many as 54 were recommended. For the first time in history, Pomorskie with its capital Gdańsk joins the ranks of distinguished cities!

"I received the news that Pomerania and Gdańsk are the fourth Polish region to receive a positive opinion from the famous Michelin Guide inspectors, thus joining the elite group of the world's best culinary destinations, with great joy and satisfaction. Poland is renowned for its hospitality, and cuisine is a very important element of our national culture. It is particularly gratifying that the high quality of Polish flavors has been recognized and recommended by this prestigious committee. Until now, 49 Polish restaurants from Warsaw, Krakow, and Poznań had been honored. Today, the list of restaurants includes nearly 80. I heartily congratulate the restaurateurs and, as President of the Polish Tourism Organization, I am immensely proud of this achievement. It means that Poland fits perfectly into the latest global culinary trends and confirms that our country is a wonderful travel destination - said Rafał Szmytke, CEO of the Polish Tourism Organisation.

The list of restaurants from Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia

One Michelin Star

MICHELIN Green Star restaurant

Bib Gourmand  

Recommended by Michelin


The Michelin Guide

The Michelin Guide, first published in 1900, is considered the most important culinary guide in the world. It is number one in terms of sales, history, and reputation. The inclusion of Pomerania confirms Poland's strong brand on the culinary map of Europe. Tourists are increasingly choosing Poland as their travel destination precisely because of its rich gastronomic offerings. As highlighted in the Michelin Guide's press release: "Inspectors, while exploring the culinary faces of Gdańsk, were also delighted by the historic architecture of the city, which blends with the modern developments along the Motława River."

Find out more: The Full List of MICHELIN Star Restaurants in Poland 

Source: Michelin Guide


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