First impression- a cozy restaurant with a nice outdoor section. A good location for summer; breezy but not chilly. A somewhat obstructed view of the river from that spot.
Soup and appetizer- the lobster cream soup was a bit salty but a good flavor. They used wine in it which I didn't really like but it didn't ruin the dish for me. The lobster ravioli was delicious.
Main course- lobster, shrimp in a cream sauce and prawns in a chili sauce. The seafood was very fresh, cooked well and was tasty. The chili prawns were kind of weird to me; the sauce didn't really compliment the shrimp in my opinion but my girlfriend liked it.
Dessert- fruit tart with ice cream. Nothing exceptional.
Final impression- overall a pretty good restaurant, the best for seafood for sure in gdansk. The food was a bit pricy for the amount but I wasn't expecting it to be cheap.
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