Dancing Anchor

  ul. Stągiewna 26, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 563 50 00     more than a year ago
A stylish restaurant found in the first building to have gone up on Granary Island, which also houses the Puro Hotel. You’ll be met with a very impressive space with a huge open kitchen at its heart and smartly-dressed waiting-staff eager to make you comfortable before settling down and directing you to choose from a very creative menu, which specialises in large and small sharing plates and is based around three core ingredients – pork, chicken and fish. We took a stab at the Assiette of pork with mashed potato, black pudding, cauliflower (in two forms) and a vanilla sauce and were pleasantly surprised to be treated to a joint of roast pork with crackling, two breadcrumb covered rolls of sausage meat, pureed potatoes mixed with kaszanka (English: black pudding), crunchy cauliflower and cauliflower served like pork crackling. Very enjoyable and extremely good value, we advise you to take advantage after 5pm, when you can precede or follow your meal with a drink in the rooftop bar.
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Open 12:00-23:00.

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