A fascination with nature and culinary science collide at this Warsaw stalwart, housed in an unassuming office building tickling Marshal Edward Rydz-Śmigły Park. Headed up by self-taught chef Wojciech Modest Amaro – who mastered his craft at El Bulli and Noma – it was the first-ever Polish restaurant to get the nod from Michelin. His pioneering, pretty plates (arranged weekly around nature’s calendar) are an ode to Poland’s natural larder and heritage recipes: think snails with white asparagus smoked over larch needles. Artistic edge and Polish spirit pairings seal the deal.
- Tasting menu from $40
- Lunch: Wed – Fri Dinner: Tues – Sat Annual closing: Aug
- +48 792 222 211
- Visit Atelier Amaro's Website
Plac Trzech Krzyży 10/14, Śródmieście Południowe, Warsaw, 00-507