ul. Armii Krajowej 9, Gdynia ,   No District          (+48) 58 352 00 08     03 Dec 2023
The Maghreb is a region encompassing the land of north-western Africa around Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritania. These countries share a similar culture in food, which combines the staple diet of couscous with influences of the Mediterranean, due to the region’s historical connection with France, Italy and Spain. For that reason, you’ll find vegetables, meat and fish, cooked in a unique blend of spices and some added fruits.

The menu at Malika in Gdynia has been created by a local woman, who has spent a lot of her life in the region and runs from soups, salads, couscous and hummus up to a delicious choice of mains, which included various meat and/or veg combinations cooked in a tajine, all of which a huge hits. If you feel spoilt for choice but have no idea what to pick, we find it's best to ask the waiter for a recommendation! During Coronavirus gastro restrictions, Malika made the decision to roll back its operations and focus on returning better and more confident than ever before. They have recently switched locations from the main drag to 'just around the corner' at a way cooler location ul. Armii Krajowej. Just across from the Gdynia Film Centre and its surrounding Plac Grunwaldski, this is now the perfect complement to a day or evening out at a nearby cultural event or even the perfect end to a romantic stroll on the waterfront! The new location has also allowed for their fantastic restaurant to be augmented with a fully-fledged bar, complete with an impressive cocktail menu, meaning that you're covered for any occasion.

Malika serves breakfast during the week until 12:30 (weekends until 12) and is largely inspired by their very popular sourdough bread from their own bakery. You will also find various meat and veg combinations toast, as well as sweet breakfasts and classics.


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Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Dogs Allowed


Open 9:00-23:00. Mon, Sun 9:00-21:00.

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Disappointed The starters: great! A really tasty and varied set of dips. The service: good. Helpful The main course: very disappointing. Firstly, the portion size was suitable for a woman on a diet but everyone else would be hungry after the tiny tagine and little fish with salad which we ordered. The sea bass was nicely spiced (one side only) in a Moroccan marinade. So one side tasted really good. The salad was good. Thank God I'd ordered a starter or I'd have left the restaurant hungry, though, after such a small main course. The tagine... Hmmm. Where should I start. A tagine should be slow cooked in the tagine then served hot. The "tagine" we had was cooked in advance, probably in the morning and probably not in a tagine, then heated up (a little) and then transferred into a tagine for serving. Was it good in spite of that? No. It was lukewarm and lacked any kind of discernible Moroccan flavor. Very bland. Sorry, guys, that's not worth 32 zl. You can do better than that. I hope you do, but I won't be going back.
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