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Restaurants in Gdansk | A travel guide to Poland

Restaurants in Gdansk

10.  Restaurant Zloty (Sopot)

Famous restaurant on Sopot’s main street. Zloty Ul has an Amazonian feel to it with plenty of foliage and little ponds. Adventurous menu with many Brazilian dishes. Worth checking out.

9.  Salonik Polish Restaurant  (Gdansk)
www.salonik.gda.pl

This newly established restaurant is already gaining a reputation for great modern cuisine at reasonable prices.

8. Tawerna Dominikanska   (Gdansk)
www.tawernadominikanska.pl

This waterfront restaurant serves up delicious Polish food with it’s fresh seafood being particularly popular. Beautiful interiors, an option to eat outside overlooking the river and live music a couple of nights a week make this a major player on the restaurant scene.

7. Czerwone Drzwi   (Gdansk)
www.reddoor.gd.pl

Czerwone Drzwi or “Red Door” is based in the heart of Gdansk. Friendly staff, lovely interior and superb food make this a popular choice for an intimate dining experience.

6. Piwnica Rajcow Restaurant  (Gdansk)
www.piwnicarajcow.pl

Located near Neptune’s Fountain this restaurant serves excellent meals in a classy setting.

5. Euro Restaurant
www.restauracja-euro.com.pl

This upmarket restaurant has been welcoming diners for many years and offers Polish and international cuisine in elegant surroundings.

4. Kreska Restaurant  (Gdansk)
www.restaurantkreska.pl

If you fancy something less traditional then this modern restaurant may fit the bill. Atmospheric lighting and some creative dishes has made Kreska one of the most respected restaurants in the Tri City.

3.  Gdanska Restaurant  (Gdansk)
www.gdanska.pl

Stunning interior and perfect location. The Gdanska restaurant has a lot going for it. It’s food has won many awards over the years and has played host to several Polish presidents.

2. Pierogarnia u Dzika
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This place specialises in pierogi (small Polish dumplings with a variety of fillings). If you have tasted pierogi then you’ll be in seventh heaven here. If you’ve never tried them then go see what all the fuss is about !

1. Pod Lososiem (Gdansk)
www.podlososiem.com.pl

The classiest place in town. Pod Lososiem offers traditional Baltic and international dishes. Specialities are the seafood dishes with ingredients that were swimming only a few hours earlier. The restaurant has played host to many famous people including President George Bush and Pope John Paul II.

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