- Pierogarnia Mandu Centrum
- Prologue Restaurant
- Piwna47 Food & Wine Bar
- Familia Bistro Garbary
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Pierogarnia Mandu is a restaurant specializing in dumplings, one of the Polish national dishes. It is located in a halfway between main railway station and Dluga street in the center of Gdansk. The restaurant offers many different kinds of dumplings - boiled on water, baked and sweet. There are also dumplings from other parts of the world e.g. Korean's Mandu, and Georgian's Khinkali. All of them a... More info
The Prologue restaurant is located on the Motława River in a charming building built on the ruins of the Teutonic castle from the 13th century. Although the walls are old, the interior of the restaurant is modern and elegant. The menu card is - as the owners say - creative and differs depending on the season. It is based on Mediterranean and South-French cuisine. The specialty of the restaurant i... More info
Piwna47 Food & Wine Bar is a small, but elegant restaurant near to the St. Mary's Basilica. The inner of the restaurant refers to the French and Italian tradition. It offers the international cuisine, but the menu features also a regional cuisines accents. Specializes in meat and fish dishes. The restaurant has an extensive wine list containing 160 species from around the world. It offer... More info
Corrèze is a restaurant located on the Motlawa river is specializing in the Mediterranean style, with a French accent. In the restaurant is served seafood, fish, and beef, which is imported - according to the webpage of the restaurant - from reliable French suppliers. Every morning they bake their own bread, baguette and meringue cake. There is also a wide selection of wines, which is able to cho... More info
Bistro Familia served traditional Vilnius cuisine. According to the restaurant owner, all the recipes come from his family's indescribable cookbook. Each of the dishes was prepared earlier either by the mother or grandmother of the owner, who lived in Vilnius. Vilnius, today capital of Lithuania, before the Second World War belonged to Poland. The specialty of the restaurant is dumplings: Kibiny w... More info
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