Very close to city center, just a minute walk from The Crane and river promenade. Big portions, very tasty, good prices. We took the meet plate for two, and liked it.
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A rustic venue, led lights and old pottery on the window sills accompanied by old and new polish folklore music from the speakers. A vast amount of traditional polish food, we had the roulade and potato pancakes and weren’t disappointed. Maybe not the type of...More
I went here because it was next door to my hotel and the menu sounded great. I was pretty surprised when I walked in - the place doesn't really look like a restaurant, aside from the tables, more like a store of some kind with...More
We were recommended this restaurant by our tour guide.They specialise in Kashubian regional cooking from the northwest of Poland. What an unusual place, rather like an antique shop is how I would describe it, lots of pottery and wall art to look at. The waitress...More
Very nice and cosy place with absolutely stunning food. Cabbage soup in the bread is fantastic, followed with the best ever meatballs I've ever eaten. The only thing - the choice of beverages could be better.
This is our third visit to Gdansk and our third visit to Tawerna Mestwin. We had the pork and the meat balls - so tasty!! We were welcomed with 2 small aperitifs on the house and although the staff don’t speak much English we sort...More
We went here for lunch with out three kids. The place in it self is quite cool, and you get a feeling of traveling back in time. The food was OK, and the staff treated us well. Given the other high end restaurants we visited...More