Pierogarnia u Dzika

Pierogarnia u Dzika
Rating
76% from 14 reviews
Phone
+48 (58) 3052676
Fax
+48 (58) 3207995
Website
Pierogarnia u Dzika
Address
ul. Piwna 59/60

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Editor's review

While in Poland, eat like the Poles! Sample over fifteen varieties of hand-made Pierogis bursting with savory filling! Pierogi Ruskie (potato and white cheese) is a staple, but don't leave Gdansk without having a few Pierogi z Dzika (Boars meat) or Babuni (Grandma's recipe!) dumplings! The restaurant also serves more typical entrees, which feature chicken, tasty soups, and of course fresh fish. Located in the heart of the Old Town, its the perfect place to be seated at an outdoor table on a cool summer night. If you're looking for authenticity, which in Poland can only mean delicousness, than look no further.

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Iza Reply Jul 27th, 2015

Nie polecam !

Michael from United Kingdom Reply Mar 21st, 2011

The restaurant is very nicely decorated. I had a borscht soup to start, which was good. I then had a plate of pierogi (meat). The portion was substantial and enjoyable. Recommended.

Nicola from Italy Reply Feb 27th, 2011

Very Good Restaurant, Good Food at Good Price!

Brandon V from United States Reply Jan 25th, 2011

I had the rye soup, perogies ruskie, and a beer. The price was excellent and so was the food. Atmosphere was nice as well.

Greg Hampton from United Kingdom Reply Feb 25th, 2010

This dumpling den definitely gets my vote!

Kasia from United States Reply Jun 22nd, 2009

I love pierogi so I'll definitely check this one out. yummy!

Elissa from United Kingdom Reply May 28th, 2009

7 of us ate here before my partner & I left for the UK next day. The staff were friendly and informative. Between us we ate a selection of their food - all the pieroggis we had were excellent (mushroom; spinach; black pudding) - I had the latter and it was so good I didn't want to finish! Their herring in sour cream was wonderful and my partner had Polish soup served in a bread bowl, which was also very good. Others had fish and boar (excellent). Good selection of wines and for all that food, plus 4 bottles of wine, the bill still only came to £25 max each, including a generous tip because we were so pleased with the evening.

Peter C, from United Kingdom Reply Apr 13th, 2009

I forgot to say Don't let them serve you any beer except Polish brands, both for quality and cost

Peter C. from United Kingdom Reply Apr 13th, 2009

I loved Gdansk -walked miles and on my third day found this restaurant.Food exquisite Pieriogi the best with beautiful friendly staff (with the shortest skirts in town). This place is a must and well worth finding out for yourself

Eirin and Rayner from Norway Reply Feb 17th, 2008

This was a disapointment. Pierogis was not our kind of thing. The duckbrest was ok, but the vegetables was old, and boiled for to long!

Barbs & Pete Wiklo from United Kingdom Reply Sep 1st, 2007

What a delight! Visited with our children who loved the soup and the choice of pierogi is outstanding. Well worth a visit when in Gdansk and a refreshing change to the multi-National restuarant chains that serve up the usual tripe! You will NOT be disapointed.

Natalie from Sweden Reply Jun 11th, 2007

Me and my husband to bee LOVES this restaurant, we always have the Zurek i bread, and after diffrent kinds of pierogi, and if we have any room left it can go down a szarlotka = applepie. I give this restaurant 9,5 out of 10 possible that is as close to perfection you can get!!

Beau Cawley from Ireland Reply Oct 4th, 2005

Just got back from eating there...had the onion and cheese soup and the Pierogies with Game...I forget the Polish name, but the menu is in English too so you can find them...they were awesome...soup, pierogies, and a beer for 30zl...not too bad..

Luke from United States Reply Aug 4th, 2005

When I told people I was travelling to Poland, my friends told me to do two things: Polka and eat pierogies. After eating the pierogies here, I don't think I'll have time to Polka...I just want to keep eating. This place is the perfect restaurant...awesome food, good prices, nice atmosphere...just perfect.

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