Found perched on a hillside overlooking the Small Brodno lake (Large Brodno lake is nearby), this is an excellent place to visit to enjoy delicious Polish and Kashubian dishes in the ‘Kashubian Switzerland’ region just to the south-west of Kartuzy. The concise menu offers a selection of mouth-watering local treats with the chef recommending the Kashubian fish soup followed by roast goose. By all means, look beyond those as we can also heartily recommend the Kashubian herring to start and the roast duck with roast potatoes and young cabbage. Absolutely delicious. Goose plays a prominent role on the menu with the aforementioned roast goose main course; goose pierogi with smoked plums; goose pate and even goose ‘smalec’ (Polish lard which you spread on bread). With Modra Sobótka (which literally translates as Deep Blue Bonfire) being found in the heart of the Kashubian lake district you can also choose from some wonderful freshwater fish. The restaurant is bright and cosy and there’s a real family feel to the whole experience (the owner herself came and spoke to us and unnecessarily apologise for the wait for the food). Modra Sobótka also offers accommodation and is a beautiful spot to spend a relaxing couple of days. Worth noting is that they picked up the Pearl of Kashubia award for ‘Best Regional Cuisine in Pomerania’ in 2017 too.