Find out what Polish restaurants to try in Stargard. Stargard Szczeciński [ˈstarɡart ʂt͡ʂɛˈt͡ɕiɲskʲi] (German: Stargard in Pommern; Kashubian: Stôrgard) is a city in northwestern Poland, with a population of 71,017 (2005). Situated on the Ina River it is the capital of Star…Stargard Szczeciński [ˈstarɡart ʂt͡ʂɛˈt͡ɕiɲskʲi] (German: Stargard in Pommern; Kashubian: Stôrgard) is a city in northwestern Poland, with a population of 71,017 (2005). Situated on the Ina River it is the capital of Stargard County and since 1999 has been in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship; prior to that it was in the Szczecin Voivodeship (1975–1998). This is one of the biggest towns of Szczecin agglomeration. Stargard is a major railroad junction, where the southwards connection from Szczecin splits into two directions - one towards Poznań and the other towards Gdańsk. There is also another minor line to Pyrzyce from the town.
Things to do in Stargard Szczecinski
"Lodziarnia BEZ Nazwy" was created out of love for ice cream. In 2016, an ice cream parlor was founded under a different name by the Jankowski family In 2018 our paths diverged and this is how the "Lodziarnia BEZ Nazwy" a2J was created, in which the taste
4 based on 32 reviews
The oldest and the best Pizzeria in Stargard City. We serve in here very unique kind of pizza called Strgards' Pizza which we produce from the very beginning. Our Pizzeria is the member of Culinary Heritage community.
I beelieve that logo of Dziedzictwo Kulinarne is a big misunderstanding. Pizza is not a traditional dish for western Pomerania. You will learn nothing about culture of people that used to live here. I would rather preffer to get real regional food.If you learn a bit of history of our pizza and pizzeria, you will find that there is no mistake, and our pizza Stargardzka is unicke in Poland and around the world. For more info please visit our website or our funpage on FB.
Stosunkowo mÅoda kawiarnia, skradÅa serce pysznÄ kawÄ i zdecydowanie najlepszymi lodami w mieÅcie. Polecam na randkÄ jak i wyjÅcie z dzieÄmi.
Ziemniakowelove - the place where you can "travel" with potatoes to different parts of Poland and world and enjoying different taste of food.
This place is just perfect! My favourite restaurant in Stargard. You can choose from many potatoes dishes, they serve also great fishes and occasionally you can find very special foods. All fresh and prepared with piece of Chefs heart :). You can also order with delivery or just to take away. You can pay with credit card. I was there many times and I will always back with big smile on my face. If you're nerby just go there and enjoy this unique food. Cheers!
4 based on 23 reviews
This restaurant is located in a strip of restaurants at the edge of the old town by the park near the old wall. Amongst those in this strip it has the biggest terrace area and it is lovely to sit here on a warm day and enjoy a beer or a glass of wine. The service... well its casual... but the beer is cold!
4 based on 18 reviews
Restauracja umiejscowiona w hotelu na pierwszym piÄtrze. DuÅ¼a przestronna sala , byÅo pusto gdy weszliÅmy tam . MiaÅem ochotÄ na steka niestety zabrakÅo ( godz.19). zamawiamy krewetki jako przystawkÄ smaczne ale zimne, ognisty kocioÅek myÅliwego to tÅusta woda z pomidorami z duÅ¼a iloÅciÄ boczku i niewielkim dodatkiem miÄsa. Danie gÅÃ³wne trochÄ lepiej Halibut upieczony z warzywami w pergaminie ale smakowo sÅabo. Znajomy zamawia warkocz z polÄdwiczek wieprzowych z risotto ktÃ³re okazuje siÄ ryÅ¼em z dodatkiem groszku .SÅabiutko . Nie polecam.
4 based on 29 reviews
If you wanna try some inexpensive, Polish food head there and enjoy pierogi (Polish speciality). They have different kinds with different fillings, you can mix them so you'll be able to try more than one taste! The place is small and unprenetious.You wanna eat like a local try it out!
4 based on 50 reviews
Stopped by and had a beer and tried their version of a Polish soup called zurek which was excellent. Service minded staff.
4 based on 76 reviews
We were very disappointed with the service and practice of this establishment. We ordered 3 local Stargard beers which my mother in law and her sister were excited to show me. The server mentioned that the keg ran out so she would have to give us bottles. We said that was fine. However once she brought the beers we realized that what the server forgot or neglected to mention was that the bottled beer was warm, never touched the fridge. We immediately asked for cold beers, regardless of brand. The server still wanted to charge us for the warm beers. Who serves warm beer at a restaurant and thinks its acceptable? Food is âmehâ. My Hungarian pancake had way too much ketchup in the sauce and the potato pancake was soggy. We will never come back and would recommend folks to be careful before ordering a beer from here.- [ ]
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