Pomorskie Culinary Prestige
The "Gdańsk-Pomorskie Culinary Prestige" trail is, among other things, an offer to all those amaterus of quality food offered by the Pomorskie region. The trail consists of restaurants that adhere to the “slow food” policy and offer meals prepared in accordance with it, basing on regional, European-quality high class products. The project is co-ordinated by the Pomorskie Tourist Board.
"Gdańsk-Pomorskie Culinary Prestige" is a whole-year offer that allows to discover region’s real flavors, deeply rooted in its history and unique products. The trail includes restaurants from all around Pomorskie region and whose chefs bring to you unforgettable taste experience. Original approach to tradition and regional products in the restaurants along the trail guarantees remarkable culinary experience.
However, it is not all about restaurant offer, but also several culinary events based on regional specialties and, in this way, complementing region’s offer. Among those worth mentioning are: Restaurant Night, Sopot Od Kuchni Slow Food Festival, Asparagus Feast, Chmielaton, Cranberry Festival, Strawberry Picking, St. Martin’s Pomorskie Goose or Pomuchla Festival.
All information on the restaurants and culinary events of the trail are available on a dedicated blog
Hotel Central Restaurant-PG4
Ul. Podwale Grodzkie 4
Tel. +48 58 351 09 10
Original, surprising, top quality, innovative, or combining tradition with modernity - these are the places that we showcase as part of Pomorskie Prestige project.
The offer is updated regularly, as more and more restaurants, SPAs, and agritourism facilities would like to become part of the exclusive Pomorskie Prestige family. Recently, we added another member to our family of the most unique locations in Pomorskie - the restaurant at Central Hotel Gdańsk.
The location itself is quite interesting. Together with a hotel and PG4 brewery, the restaurant at Central Hotel Gdańsk is located in a renovated and adapted building that formerly belonged to the railways, and functioned as a healthcare centre. Many elements refer to history, or come from historical times. Pay close attention to window inserts or skylights.
The restaurant is an intrinsic part of the entire gastronomy complex inside the building. Aside from there restaurant, there is also PG4 brewery, with two-level restaurant at the disposal of guests, which can accommodate up to 300 people. In this case we can say that it is a brewpub, which has pleasant, casual atmosphere. Such approach is further encouraged by the more casual, brewery décor.
And what's on the menu? Mainly Polish cuisine, with German and Austrian elements, in a convivial release.
-We use regional products in our kitchen. These include home-made delicacies: cold cuts, cheese, pates. We smoke fish on our own. We also brew our own beer and make our own liqueurs (nalewka a kind of infused tincture). We also make our own carbonated drinks. We don't work with frozen foods - says Ewa Siuda from Central Hotel Gdańsk.
Some of the signature dishes include ribs or classic, duck-stuffed pierogi, which pair perfectly with beer. There are also fish dishes, such as roast zander fillet with butter and boletuses.
There are also numerous references to traditional cuisine of Pomorskie region. These include Kashubian herring in sour cream, or cabbage rolls stuffed with goose meat, the most exquisite meat available in Pomorskie.
The menu itself has been prepared with food pairing, and each dish has a particular beer type assigned to it. Anyone who has interest in the menu, and would be interested in learning how the menu has been created is invited to meetings with the Head Chef.
The restaurant at Central Hotel Gdańsk is a place for both hotel guests, as well as guests from outside the hotel. The hotel also specialises in organised events. As Ewa Siuda puts it, during these events the menu is tailor-made to suit the needs of the guests.
Restaurant and brewpub in Central Hotel Gdańsk. Worth giving a try!