The fifth edition of Fine Dining Week kicks-off on August 29th, with a record six Polish cities signed up to participate. The basis is straight-forward: for the full duration of the festival, restaurants will offer a custom-made five-course menu that can be enjoyed for PLN 119.
Essentially, this is your opportunity to sample the full delight of these high caliber venues but at a fraction of the standard cost. To do so, visit their dual-language website to book a table in advance whilst specifying the number of diners and citing the preferred time for dinner.
Having grown to such an inflated size, listing all the participants is no longer viable, regardless, particular highlights include: Amber Room (winner of last year’s guest poll), Strefa, Plato, N31 by Robert Sowa and Casa Pablo. Further, this latest installment of Fine Dining Week will see a number of new restaurants also make their debut, among them Zoni, Kanapa, Pink Lobster, Dobodo and White One.
The real feather in the cap, however, is the headline addition of the Michelin-starred Senses restaurant, while will break from format to offer an 11-course extravaganza in exchange for PLN 499 per head.
Running until September 9th, this cyclical event is organized by Restaurant Week with the express purpose of building awareness among guests regarding the joys of fine dining.
For further info, see: www.FineDiningWeek.pl