Gdynia

Gdynia Restaurants

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Sphinx

Presented by an all-male staff the menu here offers is simple but well done and served promptly and at reasonable prices. It's changed since it early days as a national chain when it offered kebabs and chips (created by some character called Tom Maltom) and now fills that gap occupied by the Beefeater/Harvester chains in the UK - a family diner offering primarily steaks, ribs and burgers in good value portions. 

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Website

http://www.sphinx.pl

Open

Open 12:00 - 22:00, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 23:30.

Price/Additional Info

(15-60zł) 

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14.02.2009
Ellen Dlott
Poland, Gdynia
But hey - considering their only competition is the sleazy "kebap" joints sullying almost every corner, Sphinx does a decent job. At least they know what the hell a kebab really is, and will oblige if you request extra spice. These other joints serve greasy, fatty shawarma in odd-smelling bread under the guise "kebap".
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