Tekstylia is a bit of a legend in Gdansk having originally set up in what had been a material (textile) store in an old Danzig-era shop front. That looked to have all ended a while back when they were forced to move out but they didn’t give up and they’re back in business directly across the road. If anything, the new place is an improvement with more space and a smart décor feauring plenty of sewing machines including a huge picture of one over the impressive bar. The menu gives you plenty of options and can best be described as international with a slight focus on modern Polish cooking. The Zurek (Polish Rye Soup) is very tasty, but we most of all enjoyed the wild boar rolled in bacon with sauerkraut and a side of mashed potato. The popularity of the former place has carried over with many of the locals quick to return and as the day moves on it becomes not just a great place for an evening meal but also a friendly bar. One of our favourite places, once again, in town.