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This is a cosy place run by local people and serving mainly fish although you can get some other dishes as well. We have only been there once as I think it is closed out of season when we usually visit Hel. We had fried cod and salad, and Chris had zurek - the traditional Polish soup with bits of sausage and boiled egg, which he quite enjoyed. The fish was nothing out of the ordinary, the salad not bad but we have eaten better elsewhere. You must sit well inside the dining room or the noise made by the passing cars might spoil your meal.
As befits a restaurant in a fishing village, the sea and fishing are the main theme of its decor.
Written Jun 30, 2010
Address: In the main street
This restaurant has been there for just three seasons. It used to be open from May till end of September and at weekends in October but, apparently, it is now open all year round. It is beautifully situated right next to the bay and the pier so you can watch the boats and surfers while having your food - just mind the fish bones if you are having fish. It has a children's playground with swings, a sand-pit and a slide. Sitting at the tables outside you can watch your child at the same time. We even saw a young mother feeding her little daughters on the swings, much more exciting than sitting at the table.
The restaurant is situated within the wireless internet zone - a great plus for all internet addicts. And next to the cycle track, you can even hire a bike here or just stop for a bite to eat while keeping an eye on your bike at the same time.
The service is prompt and efficient, although some of the dishes, like the baked salmon I had once, have to be prepared on the spot so this may take some time. It's a family business and friends of the family are the waiters and waitresses, which creates a nice friendly atmosphere. What I didn't like too much was the obligatory watching of TV or listening to the music, but you can sit outside to enjoy the peace and quiet of the bay, except perhaps when the children romp about noisily around you. Don't sit outside when it's windy though - I still remember our flying herring at another place.
Favorite Dish: I always choose fish when I am at the seaside. Salmon baked in foil was very tasty and fried cod with chips was nice too. I don't like their salads but it's a matter of taste. The soups can be recommended. My husband had fish soup and also Ukrainian borsch (beetroot soup), which was excellent (he gave me a little to try). He also enjoyed his 'bigos' ( a typical Polish dish consisting of sour and/or raw cabbage cooked with meat).
Update: This month we visited the place again and tried potato cakes with herring salad among other things. The salad was so salty as to be inedible. And the noise the children made on the wooden terrace was simply unbearable. I will have to think twice before visiting the place again.
Updated Feb 9, 2010
Address: Gen. Hallera 1, Kuznica
This new restaurant opens onto the Pucka Bay with wonderful views from all the windows and the seats outside. It serves a wide variety of fish dishes at rather high prices. Open between May and October, it is one of the two restaurants at Kuznica that do not close already in August. We had fried fish there but it was tasteless and expensive. Tell them in advance how much fish you want or they will bring you an enormous helping and charge you for it of course. To shake off the newly gained pounds, or, if you prefer, kilograms, take a walk to the Port at Kuznica afterwards - the path you can see on the right will take you straight there.
Updated Sep 27, 2007
Address: First house on your right as you come from Chalupy