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
Old Brewery Kościerzyna Restaurant
Ul. Słodowa 3
Tel. +48 58 680 07 71
"Thick, brick walls of the Old Brewery Kościerzyna, which had its Renaissance during the interwar period, are again thriving, and the intriguing scent of freshly brewed beer and aroma of dishes prepared in the restaurant are more than inviting.
Old Brewery Kościerzyna Restaurant specializes in regional dishes. However, the Chef has modified the traditional recipes by adding something special to each one of them, thus creating brand new compositions. This allows local people to rediscover flavors that they are already familiar with. Together with cultivating tradition, the Chef constantly introduces innovative techniques of food preparation and creates interesting and daring configurations of ingredients.
An important and frequent piece of many recipes, which adds to their flavor, is beer brewed in the brewery. The specialty of the restaurant is the so-called Brewmaster's Eisbein prepared in home-brewed Keller beer and served with fried cabbage. One of the four Josper type grill stoves in Poland is located here, which makes fish and meat prepared here become gently browned on the outside and tender on the inside."