Chefs and Confectioners from Tri-City TV Shows

Well-known chefs and confectioners from TV often have an easier start in the gastronomic world.

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They have become famous on cooking shows, but only in a restaurant kitchen can they show their full potential. In Tri-City we will find many places where dishes will be prepared for us by well-known chefs and confectioners from TV screens. Where do you look for them?

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Tomas Borol

Restaurant in Sopot at the end of April white marilyn She announced that he became her chef Tomas BorolWinner of the fifth edition of Top Chef. During a tasting dinner before the premiere, the new chef served among other things octopus carpaccio, sherry-spiced herring, baked cauliflower cream and pink chocolate mousse. Previously, Tomasz Purol was in charge of the restaurant of the Blow Up Hall 5050 Hotel in Pozna, which was owned by Grażyna Kulczyk. Laureate and winner of culinary competitions in Poland and abroad. In his kitchen, he focuses on the seasonality of products and the simplicity of their presentation. TV viewers know him primarily from Wins in the fifth edition of “Top Chef” And the role of the star guide in “Top Chef. Stars from the Kitchen.”

Tomas Borol, the new Chef of White Marlin

Tomas Borol, the new Chef of White Marlin

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Krzysztof Konieczny

In the middle of 2021, a big change occurred in the kitchen of Gdynia Restaurant neon. current chef Jan Kilinsky replacing Krzysztof Konieczny. It is worth noting that both gentlemen They competed with each other in the seventh edition of Top Chef, where Kiliański came second and Konieczny ranked fourth. The new Chef for Neon previously worked as a chef at Sztuczka Bistro in Sopot. He is one of the Poles who made it to the finals of the S. Pellegrino Young Chef Competition 2020. Neon is a restaurant that serves Asian street food, and the menu includes items such as: five-flavored Bow Bones, Pad Thai, curry or spring cabbage’ risotto.

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Krzysztof Konieczny, Head Chef at Neon

Krzysztof Konieczny, Head Chef at Neon

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Diana Volokhova

Diana Volokhova She reached the final stage of the second edition of the Masterchef program, in which she became famous for being an excellent pastry maker. She comes from Armenia, lives in Gdynia, where she opened a cafe and pastry more! It serves desserts from all over the world (Turkish and Armenian baklava, French croissant, American cheesecake, Canadian red velvet) and original desserts. You can also order cakes and occasionally catering from Diana Sweets.

Diana Volokhova, founder of The More!

Diana Volokhova, founder of The More!

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Basia Ritz

Barbara Ritz It was recently recognized by Forbes magazine, which placed it on 24th place in the ranking of the 50 best restaurants in Poland. Chef became famous in 2012 thanks to Winning the first edition of MasterChef. Two years later, it opened in Gdansk The RitzWhich is still very popular today. Basia Ritz has written two cooking books: “Master Chef. Basia Ritz’s Recipes” and “House of Flavor”. She also directed the “Kitchen With Heart” program.

Basia Ritz, owner of The Ritz Restaurant

Basia Ritz, owner of The Ritz Restaurant

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Krzysztof Ilnicki

Krzysztof Ilnicki He was not a participant in any cooking competition, but appeared on television as Juror “Bake Off – Ale Ciacho!” And the hero of the movie “Sweet Affair!”. According to the European Academy of Gastronomy, he is the best confectioner in Poland. He is also the recipient of the AIG (Académie Internationale de la Gastronomie) Prix, an award given to outstanding culinary creators internationally. Runs two sweets in Gdansk Before At Mariana Hamara Street 1 and Grobla 12/14/C1 Street. It includes classic and modern desserts, macaroons, cakes and pies.

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Krzysztof Ilnicki, owner of two UMAM sweets

Krzysztof Ilnicki, owner of two UMAM sweets

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Ewa Malika Szyk Joknowicz

Ewa Malika Szyc-Juchnowicz is the owner of two restaurants – one in Gdynia Al-Maliki Gdansk Machina eats and excels. In this year’s edition of the rating of the 50 best restaurants in Poland, according to Forbes, he took 10th place. Fame brought in her participation in the first edition of “Top Chef” in which she reached the finals. Born and raised in Algeria, Malika spent her childhood in the Maghreb, which is why African flavors and inspirations appear in the dishes she prepares. She is the author of the book “Sprawy” which, in addition to recipes, contains a body of knowledge about the world’s spices.

Ewa Malika Szyc-Juchnowicz, owner of Malika and Machina Eats & Beats Restaurants

Ewa Malika Szyc-Juchnowicz, owner of Malika and Machina Eats & Beats Restaurants

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