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fully packed and not following the COVID rules with people sitting clape to each other at the table and tables very close to eachother. so we left as we didn't feel safe at all.
didn't try the dishes but looking at the menu and what...people were eating it didn't seem like a culinary experience but more like a huge portions traditional place if you are looking for that.More
This place is famous and no surprise why. It os located in a small village so you would not expect such an elegant interior. It is classy with a nice staff and gorgeous food. Fish soup would be my first choice.
This is one of the most wonderful restaurants I've ever been to. At first, it looks like just a regular place in the small town of Sasino. It turns out that this place has so much to offer - each and every dish is delicious,...as well as quite generous! :) We have been to this restaurant a few times and we tried something new every time - we have never been disappointed. The staff are friendly. This is a perfect place for a nice how dinner after a long walk along the sea coast.More
Stopped with my wife on a trip back from Leba to Hel. Definitely hit the spot. Fish/camembert were wonderful and the deserts (Peach something and the brownie) may have been the best desserts in our life, and we've been to many places. Definitely recommend! It...doesn't have fast food prices, but is also not over-priced. Very reasonable.More
We were a party of seven, four adults and three young teens. The waiter who came to take our order just about two minutes after giving us the menus left as we were not ready yet to place the order but never asked if we...wanted anything to drink. When he reappeared again his order taking was very chaotic, I had to ask him not to walk away as I haven’t place my order yet.
The fish soup I had was very tasty, hot and spicy, definitely would recommend it.
I ordered a rosted lamb dish in chanterelle mushroom sauce with sautéed potatoes. What arrived was a piece of dry tasteless dark old mutton with vinegar pickled mixed mushrooms in bitter sauce with undercooked boiled potatoes, revolting. Till now I’m still not sure if it was mutton or maybe just an old piece of boiled dried beef. Anyway, lucky they allow dogs on premises as our Toby quite enjoyed the meat and managed to scoff it all up immediately. I did not complain as after having the fish soup I was already quite full. Other members of our party had acceptable food and on a large side of portions but unfortunately one dish came quite unusually small and left my brother rather hungry. He opted not to have a starter as expected quite a generous portion. When arrived he looked rather shocked at how small it was. Well, luckly his wife had a huge portion of duck so they shared it.
The free herring as a started was nice and tasty.
Have I mentioned the fact that my son’s main dish arrived well ahead of everyone else’s so he finished before we even managed to get ours (by now I came to accept this is kind of norm in Poland, the kitchen chefs just don’t get the timing right). His wait for the pancakes for his dessert was extremely long as the waiter did not come to ask if we wanted to order deserts till everyone finished their mains. We ordered the pancakes and shortly after the waiter arrived to inform us that the kitchen have closed now and there will be no pancakes! No need to say my eleven year old son was very upset and disappointed. No one has mentioned that before and the sign on the door informed us that the place is open till 10pm, that I would understand, is the time one could place the orders till.
Overall the meal was OK’ish, quite normal but a bit jazzed up to look better than average. Would I go back again?
Well, he still wants to have those bloody pancakes!More
Our airbnb host recommended this restaurant and it didn’t disappoint. We sat in the garden, perfectly overlooking the kids’ playground. Waiters speak English really well and are very friendly & professional!
We were a party of four. All was wonderful - the space, the atmosphere, we loved all the food except one dish (a salmon main), which was really lousy. Regrettably, this one dish ruined the day of one of our friends and so made the...whole experience bitter-sweet. Don't order it. Also, the desserts don't look appealing. The baked cod and zander, however, were delicious. We also enjoyed the Kormoran beer and the house wine.More
Visiting this place frequently (with intervals) over last few years.
Coming to "Ewa Zaprasza" is like coming to your close friends or family for Polish Sunday dinner. A large variety of fresh traditional meals, but also some excellent experiments like Baked cod with black lentils....Soups (including famous fish soup), mains and sweets. Raspberry lemonade. Liqueurs. Almost everything worth trying.
Both carnivores and vegetarians.
Fast service and friendly attitude complete overall great impression. Highly recommended!More