Cafe Zascianek

Cafe Zascianek
+48 58 550 05 43
Cafe Zascianek
ul. Haffnera 3/1A

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Editor's review

When you're tired of staring at the 'Krzywy Domek' (that awesomely twisted and hard to pronounce building in Sopot's center), right around the corner you'll find a site for sore eyes. This cafe offers drinks, both virgin and naughty, as well as cakes and snacks, for all seasons. Quietly tucked away in a cozy nook, check out the art dotting the walls. With all the money you'll save haggling over your latest wall decoration, you can buy another round. And by the time you leave, that funky office building won't be the only thing that's distorted.

Editor & Gdansk Local


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Rainer Kiefer

Excellent hot chocolate in a superb ambience

Reply Jun 5th, 2011
Richard & Janet
United Kingdom

A cosy little charmer, and a pretty nifty array of beverages...

Reply Sep 30th, 2009

The best place in the world! A piece of Heaven in the Earth...

Reply Aug 6th, 2009
Randy Dandy
United Kingdom

After a brisk jaunt in the wrong direction down Haffera street, I found this delightfully-dim drinking den just round the corner of the main drag and up a small flight of stairs. Lo and behold I discovered to my immense pleasure one vacant chair by the bar that looked for all the world as if it had been reserved especially for me, armed as I was, not with company of any kind, but just a slim paperback volume of On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Despite being immersed in the world of hard-drinking British agents, I did a very un-Bond-like thing and ordered an alcohol-free cynnamon infusion - which I must confess, like every other type of fancy tea I've ever tasted flattered to deceive with sweet aromas leading to not much more than a bland watery taste. But no matter. This establishment was first class. Some suitably obscure piano music was unobtrusively occupying the background whilst two large mounds of sensuous female flesh, topped with a smile, flirtatiously occupied the foreground. At least whenever the waitress was in attendance. After a couple of chapters of dodging bullets and bad-guys I was feeling one hundred percent refreshed and ready to leave this winsome watering hole and wander into the night. Hopefully soon to return...

Reply May 8th, 2007

The Krzywy Domek isn't an office building! There's cafes, a chinese take away, a nightclub and some shops inside. It's funny, everyone seems to spend so long staring at the front that they never go inside!

The Cafe Zascianek is really nice, though. Very cosy.

Reply Feb 4th, 2007
New Zealand

this is my second time here... better than the first! this city gets cooler and cooler everyday.

Reply Apr 12th, 2005
Jake Beigner
New Zealand

Good place. Cool feel and cool people. Excellent find.

Reply Oct 15th, 2004
Alexander Bruce
United States

I came to this joint right after seeing that 'twisted house'- just like you guys mentioned. Weird. it aws quite hot and this place provided some much needed shade. I didn't get to buy any art but I did meet some really cool locals. Polish girls drive me crazy! Lots of cool cats in there - staff was cool too.

Reply Aug 26th, 2004
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