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Agnieszka and Marcin Kręgliccy are siblings and restaurateurs from Warsaw who are passionate about good food and travel. Since 1989, they have been shaping the culinary scene in Warsaw, taking guests to the most interesting corners of taste. It all started with the Asian restaurant Mekong, whose iconic spring rolls and anise ribs, prepared by chefs who have always been associated with the company, are still made for special requests.

After creating the Italian restaurant Chianti, the Mexican El Popo, and the Greek taverns Meltemi and Santorini, Kręgliccy turned to Polish cuisine, giving it a new dimension in the restaurants Opasły Tom and Arkady Kubickiego at the Royal Castle. In response to the needs of their guests, they built a catering department specializing in organizing banquets.

After hosting a reception for leaders from around the world, including President Barack Obama, the media called the Kręglickis the "Wierzynek of the 21st century."

Marcin and Agnieszka Kręgliccy are the authors of the books "W kuchni u Kręglickich" and "Przyjęcia u Kręglickich." Agnieszka Kręglicka has been writing a culinary column in Wysokie Obcasy for years and is the author of a cookbook for teenagers, "Gotowi, by gotować." Promoting sustainable agriculture, they created the Forteca Farmer's Market.

In the photo, the board of the Kręgliccy company, Marcin Kręglicki, his daughter, Olga Kręglicka, and Agnieszka Kręglicka with her husband Piotr Petryka.
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