From seafood to Thai, from riverside to Baltic coast, these are the best restaurants in Tricity, so start dining.


Tlusta kaczka, Gdynia

A new chic restaurant, Tlusta Kaczka is ideal to experience good Polish cuisine. Try the smoked salmon tartar with herbs and potato pancakes for the starter, the whole stuffed duck with cranberry sauce and red cabbage for the main course, and you will not be disappointed.


Sztuczka, Gdynia

Beautifully presented dishes, made using local ingredients and presented in an original way, will make your dining at Sztuczka memorable. The menu is simple and features fresh, local products and dishes related to the seasons.


Gard Nordic Kitchen, Gdynia

An extremely attractive eatery with menu inspired by Scandinavian cuisine, including a number of classics like GåRD burger, Swedish meatballs, Norwegian cod and Danish duck. Set in the Courtyard Marriott hotel overlooking the quay and museum ships, Gard is one of the most welcoming and best quality restaurants in Gdynia.


Pescatore, Sopot

This Italian restaurant on the first floor of the Mera Hotel combines good Italian cooking with a great sea view. Pescatore has a classic flavour and there is a lot of attention to detail, ensuring warm and intimate atmosphere.


Grondo di rucola, Sopot

Located away from the city bustle, Grondo di Rucola is well worth investigating. Located in a beautiful wooden cottage, overlooking the city’s athletic stadium, it offers a concise seasonal menu grouped under four headings  ‘Earth, Water, Garden and Sky’.


Art Deco, Sopot

Never a bad time in this elegant Art Deco restaurant with views of the pier, beach and bay, located in the Sofitel Hotel. The menu, tinkered to suit the season, offers the specialties of Polish and worldwide cuisine.


Goldwasser, Gdansk

Enjoy a drop of Goldwasser, Gdansk famed liqueur, served with genuine gold flakes in this stylish, ivy-covered restaurant on the waterfront. You can try here anything from sea-food to traditional Polish pierogi.


Brovarnia, Gdansk

A restaurant and a brewery, Brovarnia serves delicious Polish and international cuisine, including traditional Gdansk specialties. The traditional Gdansk duck or zander with blue cheese and nuts will provide you with an enduring memory of the city.


Filharmonia, Gdansk

Once a municipal power plant, now Gdansk Philharmonic with its fabulous restaurant in an attractive waterside location. Enjoy your meal on the rooftop terrace or inside the stylish interior with red brick walls and theatrical murals.


Lao Thai, Gdansk

While its décor is traditional with only some oriental elements, Lao Thai food is spectacular. Wok fried duck with black peppercorn in oyster sauce is everyone’s favourite, while you might also enjoy sea bream, prawns and seabass that all make appearances on the seafood-heavy menu.

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