Find out what Eastern European restaurants to try in Sopot. The smallest of the Trójmiasto (Tri-Cities), the Baltic Sea spa town of Sopot is smack between Gdansk and Gdynia, just a few miles from each. A retreat for the rich and royal for centuries, Sopot’s exclusive air remained even through the Communist era, and the tony town has undergone a building boom in recent years. Boasting beautiful beaches and ritzy resorts, Sopot is also known for its Wooden Pier (the longest in Europe), the lovely mid-woods Forest Opera and lively Monte Cassino Street.
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3 based on 153 reviews
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Didn't eat here so can't comment on the food. However what we saw looked nicely presented. Service was good and they provide blankets for chilly evenings.
4 based on 40 reviews
Pretty good restaurant with wide choice of Ukrainian and Russian specialities. The decor is based on the folk themes, also the waitresses are dressed in folklore costumes. The menu offers some good positions, like pielmieni or varenniki /dumplings / and not bad Ukrainian soups. Usually the restaurant is not busy, what makes not the best impression. The wine list contains the Georgina products only.
3 based on 270 reviews
Visited with business associate- had chimikali and meat hatchapurri, some lamb chops and Georgian red wine.Nothing spectacular but very correct, tasty and up to the expectations.Service was fast, polite and up to a standard.Price range- a bit more expensive than it should be.
4 based on 137 reviews
Good restaurant, but overrated. The interior is just O.K.; nothing to write home about. Sizeable bar for pre-dinner drinks. Italian name, but mostly Polish and Continental cuisine. The food was just proper; nothing bad about it, but also nothing spectacular. Sopot, in general, does not have a reputation of a great restaurants' mecca. This one is no exception. A solid 2nd league restaurant with a 1st league prices. Pretty typical for many restaurants located in famous resort towns, not only in Poland. Tourists are always a "captive audience" and they do not seek a quality choices, but rather convenient locations. Their signature desert is worth a trip there: "Strawberries Baked In Yolk, Stirred With Vanilla Ice-Cream".
4 based on 981 reviews
First discovered this Sopot brewhouse in 2017 and was eager to make a return visit. The beers are great - I would recommend the Czech Gold (pilser style) and the German Blond (wheat beer). The food is a mix of traditional Polish and grill classics. I choose pierogi with a black pudding filling with an apple sauce - super tasty! The sauce is a balance of sweet and sharp - an ideal foil for the black pudding. My wife opted for steak. An instant classic! It had the perfect char and served sizzling on a cast-iron plate with vegetables to add a little flair. The flourishes donât end there - there is a piano and the option for the entertainment if you time your visit right. A very cool place to visit for some local cuisine.
4 based on 185 reviews
From the outside it is difficult to know what it is, but it is a little hidden gem in Sopot. The service is very polite and good. The food is delicious, and you can find typical Jewish food and wine. Keep in mind that it is a little restaurant so I advice to make a reservation because twice it has been full. My advice is: it is a safe and good choice. I will return here again!
4 based on 259 reviews
Visited after some pre trip research. The restaurant is situated on the edge of Sopot but worth hopping a cab. It's not most glamourous location, situated next to a petrol station. Once inside though, it looks very much a traditional eatery. Menu is vast and very much geared towards a meat eater. Both me and my friend opted for the Golanka. It was cooked to perfection, falling apart as soon as the knife and fork came into it's proximity. The service was excellent throughout; polite, prompt and friendly. We were even given a free shot. Whilst this was the most exspensive meal of the trip, it was still excellent value.
4 based on 594 reviews
I would definitely not recommend this place. We reserved a table for a birthday celebration and a bottle of champagne should be on the table. When we arrived at the restaurant, the reserved table was busy. The food was decent. When the bill came the waiter had put on a sky-high price for the champagne. We were going to figure out the bill and then put on full music so we just had to pay and escape from the restaurant.
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