Praising itself for its authentic regional and Kashubian kitchen, this restaurant in the basement of an historic house on one of the main streets of the historic district offers a limited number of tables and a very average quality of food.
Its main advantage: the low price! I paid 65 zloty for a Kashubian fish soup (a simple broth with a few stripes of carrot and white fish) and a whole pan fried trout with aglass of the white house wine. Impossible to have a dinner like this in a tourist district in Western Europe for hardly 16 euros.
Unpleasantly loud pop hits spoiled the meal.