Magda Gessler is pushing up prices. Only the wealthy will buy apple pie from her

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The celebrity is strongly promoted by TV thanks to her extensive culinary knowledge.

Magda Gessler raises prices. Only the wealthy will buy apple pie from her

We know for a long time that the restaurateur Magda Gessler is one of the most popular celebrities from the culinary world in Poland.

Magda Gessler has earned her unquestionable reputation, among others, thanks to the popular program Kitchen Revolutions Who is the hostess.

The prices at “U Fukiera” go hand in hand with the quality of the products and the starting dishes?

Post provided by Restsuracja & ldquo; U Fukiera & rdquo; Magda Gessler (@ u.fukiera)

It is there that we have repeatedly seen how diligently he keeps order in the workplace, both in the kitchen and in the room where the dishes are served to customers.

He also shares his knowledge and observations with the owners of the point & oacute; w food service providers who asked her to help them improve their services by applying to the program. Each time the blonde celebrity makes it clear that the secret of the restaurant's success is, among other things, using the highest quality products that are fresh and as natural as possible.

This, of course, is associated with a higher price for dishes served in a restaurant that follows these rules. It could therefore be expected that in Magda Gessler's restaurants the prices of dishes and desserts are not affordable for the proverbial ordinary Kowalski.

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Post provided by Restsuracja & ldquo; U Fukiera & rdquo; Magda Gessler (@ u.fukiera)

As it turns out, the huge amount of PLN 28 for an apple pie has increased. Now you will have to pay PLN 39 for it. As you can see, the favorite cake of many Poles is included in the price of Magda Gessler, just like everything else in her restaurant. Apple pie with meringue is now eight zlotys more expensive!

[…] Today the restaurant & ldquo; U Fukiera & rdquo; is the only historical restaurant in Warsaw, which uncompromisingly continues the traditions not only before the war, but also those dating back to the 17th century – we read in the history of the restaurant, on the website.

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