Found in the beautifully re-modelled luggage room of the original Sopot railway station, this yellow-brick cottage harks back to a bygone age before the steel and glass construction went up around it. The owners have a sterling record running a series of restaurants in Lodz and this shares some of the same themes. The cuisine is traditional Polish-Jewish and with that, you might be surprised at some of the dishes which you’d not expect to find in a modern Jewish restaurant. Goose, duck and liver are all present for instance, all of which demonstrate the similarities in cuisine forged by centuries of a shared history in Poland. You'll also find un-Polish but nonetheless Jewish dishes like Shakshouka and this is a small spot is worth a look if you want to escape the crowds.