Taking a step back from the main drags of Gdańsk Old Town, no.66 on ul. Świętego Ducha is a cruisy spot to escape the touristy rabble at any time of the day. A spacious, dual-level interior that has pleasantly-adapted the brick foundations of the original building, Ducha 66 masters the science of hospitality with ease, doubling as both a café and restaurant. Speaking of science, they serve cold drinks in lab beakers! Describing the menu is a bit of a challenge, but we can best describe it as a mix of European and Polish cuisine with an original twist on things. We loved the Supreme Chicken Breast, which came with an exquisite side of Bulgur with Pumpkin, and some Crunchy Root Vegetables. It's possible to taste local products from different parts of Poland and, for this reason, we were tempted to try the Cold Plate of Smoked Ham, Polish Raw Smoked-Sausage, Oxtail and Cekcynska Sausage. Instead, we opted to try the Beef Tartare with Marinated Red Pine Mushrooms, which did not dissapoint! Next time we have an early start, we look forward to trying their breakfast menu.