Magiel Restaurant

  ul. Toruńska 12, Gdańsk ,   Dolne Miasto          (+48) 58 351 90 52     02 Dec 2019
For years, there’s been little reason to travel to the south side of the city, beyond ul. Podwale Przedmiejskie, but that’s starting to change and places like this are a big reason why. Magiel is a really attractive space, set in a new building overlooking the canal built to seal off Granary Island from the rest of the city. The chefs hold court in a central cooking area where they prepare some absolutely wonderful-tasting dishes from a menu, which is original but solid.

Some of their latest additions include Savoy Cabbage Leaves stuffed with Goose Meat - a curious array of textures that somehow retain a mesmering flavour; Cold herring soup with potatoes, fresh radish, chives and freshly-cut dill - perfect for a summer lunch; Vegan pasta with pesto of pine nuts and fresh basil and falafel - An indulgent and superb-quality vegetarian dish. If you’re staying in the Hotel Almond, you may never eat anywhere else, while if you are not it’s worth taking a stroll over to this part of town just for this. Keep an eye out for the chef's weekly specials and the live music on Thursday and Saturday evenings.
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Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Live Music
Dogs Allowed



Open 12:00-23:00.

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