The Tri-city of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia will likely spend a lot of the time this issue is available under the cover of snow and facing low, low temperatures, although the experience of recent years suggests that might be a shorter period of time than once it was. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of suggestions for what you mind consider filling your time doing while you are here and you’ll find these on page 6. You’ll be surprised how much there is to do and we’d welcome any suggestions you might have whether you be a reader using the service or a business providing it that thinks our readers should know about it.
We’d like to hear your thoughts on this guide as well whether it’s the print version, the website or the app and would be extremely grateful if you could nd the time to answer our Readership Survey. It doesn’t take more than a few minutes and it would be very useful to helping this guide develop.
We hope that you have a wonderful stay in the Tri-city.
The cover photo shows a few of Gdańsk’s great landmarks and one wreck which is threatening to become a less welcome sight. The British ‘Incentive’ sank mysteriously in June 2016 and attempts continue to get the owner to remove it.
New reviews. Restaurants & cafes.
Pollo Loco (Gdynia)
Peruvian style chicken, roasted in a special wooden-burning. Read more ▶
Klatka B (Gdańsk)
Basically craft beer, drinks, food and a gallery and shop squeezed into one half of St. John’s Gate. Read more ▶
T-Bone Steakhouse (Gdańsk)
Pricey but totally worth it. 7 choices of burger + 11 types of steaks. Read more ▶
Chochla (Ladle) (Gdańsk)
Two words: soup galore. Each day they have 10 different soups to choose from (Thai with chicken, Moroccan Harira, Chlodnik with avocado…) Read more ▶
A Mexican food truck so popular that it became a small restaurant. Burritos, tacos, quesadillas… Read more ▶
46 bottled beers from different regional breweries, a further 4 on tap (8 in the near future) and a decent snack menu. Read more ▶
Ink Above (Gdańsk)
Love From Poland (Gdańsk)
Natural, handmade soap and bath products made from goats’ milk, a Scottish-Polish family idea. Read more ▶