Reviews of Polish Restaurants in Gdansk
Today, December 8, 2019, afternoon, I visited this restaurant. Terrible waitress service. Shoddily. The waitress incorrectly and rudely communicated with me! I reported this to the Manager, and the Manager did not want to understand this situation, he was rude and insulted me. I Don't recommend this restaurant!
As said earlier, this is a fantastic nice place! The potatoes that was "missing" is just an internal joke with Thomas. Just to make it clear.
Fantastic restaurant, food, service and wine! The duo Foie Gras was just amazing, same was lobstersoup and halibut. Wonderful tastes all put delicious and fresh together. Austrian wine was also very Nice. Our caring waiter Thomas recommended a wonderful cheescake. We sat on the nice terrasse, and Thomas took good care of us (although he forgot the potatoes..)
They have a great fish and great view of Gdańsk . :)
A wonderful place to go for a romantic dinner - the food was delicious and the service excellent.
Great Soup and delicious polish cusine. Very fresh i nice restaurant. My favourite in Gdansk!
It was wery delicious experience. Friendly service and fresh fish, what else? :) You must visit this place!
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! AVOID!
Nie polecam !
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.
Imponerende meny, men tilbehør og krydderet blir overdøver av smaken av kanel. Vi bestilte folie Gras, salat, cowboy biff og villsvin. Maten var ok, men ikke mere en det. Hyggelig betjening.
One of the finest restaurants in Gdansk
The food and service was outstanding. We had garlic king prawns for 2 a superb dish and a steak which was as good or probably better than most. I come from Australia where steak dinners and king prawn meals are common and we are very hard task masters. I would recommend this place and consider it excellent.
An incredible place to eat - outstanding.
Czerwone Drzwi means 'The Red Door' in Polish, and indeed the threshold's bright scarlet paint job is the easiest way to identify this charismatic cafe restaurant as you walk down Piwna Street. Meticulously laid tables and liveried waiters would make this a rather too formal place for my liking, but luckily these are offset by a scattering of comfy couches and some incredibly kitsch landscapes and pop art hanging on the walls. The food is superb and the smoked salmon salad (with a raspberry sauce dressing) was just what I needed to keep my vitamin quotient up during the recent Heineken Open'er Festival. And if the staff minded serving a smelly raver amidst their rather more upmarket clientele they disguised it well, even when a dropped a huge slab of butter on their sofa. I think I got most of it off with a napkin.
I want the price for a 3 course dinner.
Upmarket dining by the river MotlawaView place
More that just a restaurant - a wonderful dining experience !
Wonderful place if you want to spoil yourself (and the missus!). Certainly an experience.
Probably Gdansk's most famous restaurant! I only ate once here about a year ago, but it was quite an experience!
Expensive food but of good quality. Good for a fancy meal with the wife!
What a lovely restaurant.Visited on the 4/5/2012. So cosy and welcoming.The food and the service were superb. My wife and I would like to thank Monika and her staff for giving us such a lovely evening.
Cosy, wonderful atmosfere and nice personel, but unfortunately not so good food. It was ordenary and tasteless and did not feel like restaurant food, more like something you have done yourself in a hurry after work on a tuesday. Come here for a glass of wine or a cooffe, but eat elswhere.
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.
I ate here in May last year and it was excelent; marvellous surrounding, pleasant staff and the food was great. Would definitely visit again.
Atmosphere! Atmosphere! Atmosphere! Wonderful place, simply wonderful. One of the reasons why just passing Gdansk, we decided to stay overnight & managed to come there for dinner. One of the places where good food & great wine is just a background to bigger emotion.
We visited Czerwone Drzwi in July 2011. Party of 6 people and everyone's dinner was excellent! Highly will recommend this cozy and delicious restaurant.
food excellent, but took 1 hour+ for the food to arrive (party of 7) Saturday 30th July 2011.
We have been in Gdansk two times before. On earlier visits, we found several very fine restaurants (for example Filharmonia and Fellini), and thought, that those were the best in town. However, this time we found "Yesterday" at ul. Piwna 52 (Red door). As being friends of very high quality, we visited that restaurant several times (5) during our visit, and EVERY time everything was just perfect! Not a single flaw in high quality service, the food was as tasty (and visually perfect) as it can be, and the atmosphere nice, with live piano music (not every night ofcourse) When searching fine gourmet experiences, the cost is not an issue, but I must mention, that at least this time this superb experience costed about half of what dining would have costed in Fellini or Filharmonia. (2 persons,starters,mains,deserts,bottle of good wine) To be honest, we also tested a restaurant that our friends suggested... It was the worst ever!!! The bill was bigger than in some of towns best restaurants, and the food/service was worst than we ever have seen before! That restaurant was named EURO, Dluga 79. Never visit that...
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 :(
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.
Excellent Food/Restaurant just a little bit expensive (for polish prices).
Very Good Restaurant, Good Food at Good Price!
I had the rye soup, perogies ruskie, and a beer. The price was excellent and so was the food. Atmosphere was nice as well.
Consistently good Polish food
Classic Polish cookingView place
The Restaurant was beautiful but both the service and food were very poor. We were ignored for most of the evening and even had to go and find our own wine list. Maybe we went on a bad day but why risk ruining your evening
For the rest, if you want to eat something different as Katerina, I recommand to go to Filharmonia, the restaurant of the opera. It's quite the opposite of Cerwone drwi: atmosphere is not extraordinary (but, if you eat on the roof terrace, you will have, I suppose, an extraordinary view), but the food is creative and very good! You will have the possibility to try some elements of molecular cooking for a reasonable price. FILHARMONIA, the good choice for those, who like food... I don't understand, that there are no reviews here about this restaurant, which is certainly the best in town, without knowing the other restaurants but with my experience of central and east Europe, where I am living since 14 years.
Place is nice. But: I commanded some pierogis with veal and mushroom, as they recommanded me, and they brought me pierogis with meet, but it was not veal and there was no mushrooms. They pretended of course that it was veal and that there were mushrooms. Like if you asked for some lobster or crab, and they served you some tuna in can, pretending you that it's lobster... Don't follow theyr recommandations...
Thanks for the tip Katerina - we enjoyed our cup of coffee here... Lovely place
It is pretty expensive. But provided you're careful when choosing a bottle of wine, you can avoid bankruptcy!
This dumpling den definitely gets my vote!
Positives: fantastic atmosphere and location. I really loved the decor: cozy and romantic. Negativies: their food is really NOT that good. I wouldn't call it bad, but it really was nothing special. We've had 4 different dishes (2 starters, 2 main) and none of them was something to remember. They were really simple and tasted like home cooked food. Perhaps someone is into that, but I really expect more when I go out for a meal considering that the place is not cheap, reasonable prices for Gdansk though. I'd definitely recommend Red Door for a nice cup of coffee or a glass of wine, as the atmosphere is really the best from what we have experienced in Gdansk.
Wie Gdansk/Danzig bezoekt, moet ongetwijfeld even langs GOLDWASSER. Het is haast een must om te pauzeren in deze unieke plaats in deze prachtige Hanzestad nabij de Oostzee, waar zo'n prachtige Vlaamse en Hollandse kunst en architectuur te bewonderen valt. Voor een etnetje is GOLDWASSER best aan te bevelen.
Awesome restaurant. Great location, great foood.
How much foes it cost to eat at the Pod Lososiem? Thanks
A great restaurant. Bags of charm, and excellent food
A lovely restaurant. We whiled away a good few hours here. A highlight for us...
I love pierogi so I'll definitely check this one out. yummy!
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.
Couldn't resist trying this one. Even though it's clearly something of a honeytrap for tourists, I enjoyed getting caught in its clutches for a very pleasant lunch. You have to spoil yourself once in a while
Another winner. Less formal and stuffy than the "Pod Losos". Would recommend.