ul. Ołowianka 1, Gdańsk ,   Old Town          (+48) 58 323 83 58     22 Jul 2021
What was once a municipal power plant is now an attractive waterside location for the Gdansk Philharmonic and features this restaurant with a fabulous menu combining the best Polish and Fusion cuisine has to offer with the latest molecular techniques in food science. In good weather take the chance to dine on the rooftop terrace, which comes with its own menu and is home to knock-dead views of Gdańsk’s steepled skyline. Alternatively, head indoors to a breathtaking interior of red brick walls and theatrical murals. It’s recommended you make a reservation beforehand.
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Open 12:00-22:00.

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Bestilte kalvefilett til hovedrett og crembrulet til dessert. Ble veldig skuffet over å få kjøttet helt gjennomstekt, da vi ikke ble spurt om hvordan vi ville ha det. Vakker tilbredning hjelper lite da for min del. Desserten ble servert med deilig friske bær, men det lille extra manglet. Vinvalget vi overlot til kelneren var et godt valg. Han var hyggelig, men som de fleste i dag, opptatt med sin egen tlf...

Absolutly amazing to have a dinner at this restaurant which is in some way duplicating Manhattan's David Bouley's French country dinning experience( ). Julia Child will be proud to taste deboned duck slowly cooked (for 44 hours) which is soft like a butter. This is the first restaurant in Tri-City: Gdansk-Sopot-Gdynia that Zagat foodies should put on their list. Great Martinis, satisfactory wine list and properly served cognac. If this is one of three top restaurants in Poland, where are the other two, I'd like to know? Took a trip from New York for just two days and five of us went for three course dinner on terrace August 7, 2010. Cost with cocktails, couple of bottles of french burgundies, deserts, ports, cognacs: USD65/per person. Very reasonable and two enthusiastic thumbs up for two and half hour extraordinary service!

Absolutely stunning. Have eaten here twice: not a single dish could have been improved on. Superb starters followed by even better main courses and finished with sublime desserts, all with flawless service. And all at a price noticeably lower than the other top restaurants in town. The bad things? Well, once the music was slightly loud but only for a couple of minutes until somebody adjusted the volume. And the butter was hard one time. That's it, no matter how hard I try to pick holes. In short: this is easily the best restaurant in Gdansk and one of the best in the country.
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