A really impressive place to enjoy local cuisine presented with originality and panache. Kashubian cuisine has a wealth of raw materials to work with incorporating, as the region to the west of Gdansk does, everything from sea to lakes to forests and prime farming land. You’ll find Polskie Smaki overlooking the fountain and the pier in Sopot, which is as good a location as any to try a menu which focuses on Kashubian and Polish products. Everything from the ingredients of the dishes to the beer, vodka and even, believe it or not, the wine is locally produced while your table centerpiece of a sunflower is a typical Kashubian decoration and even the tableware comes from a pottery near Koscierzyna. Fish is a cornerstone of a menu which also features duck, pork and beef and our cod, potatoes and fresh vegetables both tasted and looked amazing. The duck pierogi was delicious as was the fruit cocktail. We weren’t taken by the Polish wine on offer, but it had to be tried – when in Rome and all that. One tip is to take advantage of their summer lunch offer which sees you get a soup and a main course for just 29zl – a price worth paying just to sit and enjoy the view let alone eat the best local cuisine in town. An extremely pleasurable experience with a great terrace, professional staff and most of all delicious and original food - we highly recommend it.