MICHELIN Guide Poland 2024: Celebrating Culinary Excellence and Sustainability

The MICHELIN Guide proudly unveiled its 2024 selection for Poland, highlighting the country’s vibrant and evolving dining scene. This year’s guide features a significant expansion, now including the Pomorskie region, and celebrates the remarkable talents of Poland’s chefs and their commitment to sustainable practices.

Exciting New Additions:

  • Pomorskie Region: For the first time, the guide includes 19 establishments from the picturesque Pomorskie region, encompassing the coastal tri-cities of Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot.
  • Starred Restaurants: Poland now boasts six MICHELIN Starred restaurants, with three new additions to the one MICHELIN Star category.
  • Green Star: Eliksir in Gdańsk has been awarded Poland’s first MICHELIN Green Star for its exemplary sustainable practices.
  • Bib Gourmand: Nine new Bib Gourmand restaurants have been added, recognizing great quality and value, which more than doubles the previous total.


  • Bottiglieria 1881: Retains its prestigious two MICHELIN Stars, continuing to set the standard for fine dining in Poland.
  • New One MICHELIN Star Restaurants:
    • Arco by Paco Pérez (Gdańsk): Notable for its innovative blend of Polish ingredients and Spanish culinary techniques.
    • Rozbrat 20 (Warsaw): Commended for its sophisticated and well-balanced flavor combinations.
    • Giewont (Kościelisko): Celebrated for its masterful fusion of Polish and French culinary traditions.

Bib Gourmand Achievements:

2024 at a Glance:

  • Total Recognized Restaurants: 77
    • Two MICHELIN Star Restaurant: Bottiglieria 1881 (Kraków)
    • One MICHELIN Star Restaurants: Arco by Paco Pérez, Giewont, Muga (Poznań), NUTA (Warsaw), Rozbrat 20
    • MICHELIN Green Star Restaurant: Eliksir (Gdańsk)
    • Bib Gourmand Restaurants: 16, with nine new additions


  • Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of MICHELIN Guides: „This year’s MICHELIN Guide Poland reflects the dynamic growth and passion within the country’s culinary scene. The inclusion of the Pomorskie region and the awarding of Poland’s first MICHELIN Green Star are milestones that underscore our commitment to recognizing both culinary excellence and sustainability.”

Poland’s dining landscape continues to flourish, showcasing an impressive blend of tradition and innovation that appeals to both local and international food enthusiasts. The MICHELIN Guide 2024 shines a spotlight on this dynamic culinary scene, celebrating the exceptional talents and creativity of Polish chefs. This year’s guide not only acknowledges the artistry and skill found in Poland’s top restaurants but also emphasizes the growing commitment to sustainable gastronomy.