Senses has become the second Polish restaurant to get a Michelin star. Its chef, Andrea Camastra is a French-Italian, who has been living in Poland for five years. He was awarded the titles of “Chef of The Year North England” and “Chef of the Future 2015” by the Gault&Millau Guide.
“The result of his life and professional experience is cosmopolitan, energetic cuisine filled with unhindered creativity. In his cooking style he crosses borders, connects, divides and conquers,” the Senses website describes the place.
From 2013 till today, Atelier Amaro was the only restaurant with a Michelin star in the whole of Poland.
Though this year’s edition includes 52 Polish restaurants – 28 from Warsaw and 24 from Krakow. The Michelin guide is the oldest European hotel and restaurant reference guide, which awards Michelin stars for excellence to a select few establishments.