Best European Restaurants in Gdansk
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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 with crispy pastry, Manty – steamed dumplings, and Kolduny. In a menu, it is to find also Czanachy - a kind of beef stew and a couple of soups.
Gdanski Bowke is the restaurant that refers to the Gdansk tradition. It specializes in polish traditional cuisine. The restaurant serves a local brewery Gdanski Bowke - prepared by a local brewery exclusively for the restaurant. The interior of this place - according to the owners - refers to the traditional atmosphere of the Old Gdansk port with the photos and advertisement made before Second World War on the walls, and heavy wooden tables and benches as well as a solid, big bar.
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 offers also a breakfast not only in the morning but on the client's request, even in the late evening.
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