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Perfectly situated at the end of Dluga Street, this exclusive restaurant is one of the oldest in all the Tri-city. Since its creation, Euro Restaurant has offered passionate and caring customers the finest meals and drinks in a warm and luxurious setting. Although they feature Polish cuisine, Euro has taken the very best from all across the continent and made it available for you here in Gdansk. The longevity of this restaurant tells you all you need to know about the food, and the professional and caring service is sure to make your dining experience memorable. Enjoy the air conditioned interior, or feel the pulse of this wonderful city at one of their outdoor tables. For tradition and taste, choose Euro Restaurant.
Editor & Gdansk Local
The waiter is a racist! If You don't speak Polish they will not even talk to you- I do and the waiter would just argue with me. The matter was that he did not write my partners order, explaining to me later that he did not hear me saying what I wanted, accused me of being rude and that I was trying to force a discount (and rob him apparently!). Altogether food average, well overpriced especially that you get treated like this!
Poor service. Had to wait 15 minutes for a beer. And for food 45 minutes, allthough there were not so many customers. I suppose the waiter forgot us, at least twice. Food was average, almost tasteless. Tried to complain about the slow service, but the waiter drove us away after he saw that we had paid.
Pretty great food, and a really nice service. Waiter was really helpful and he knew the answer for all my questions about the menu. I've really enjoyed my time at Euro. Old fashion style inside has catch my eye. I consider this restaurant as one of better at Dlugi Targ in Gdansk.
Tourist Trap !
They are attracting people with coupons to get 10% discount, but when it's time to pay after meal, they found excuses to not apply this discount. We were very disapointed by this behavior.
Regarding food, it's average, and too expensive compared to what you get
At then end, very dispointed :(
Awesome food. I think that it was a little bit upscale to be considered really 'traditional' but it was definiatly delicious..much better service than some of the other restaurants i've been to...