The majority of Gdansk’s best restaurants are found in the Glowe Miasto district. Tired clichés of rotten Polish food no longer apply and Gdansk is at the forefront of Poland’s foodie revolution. With its close proximity to the Baltic Sea, seafood is an important component of Pomeranian food, as well as duck, goose and wild game. One of the oldest restaurants in Gdansk is Pod Lososiem, which is loved for its upmarket take on Polish classics. It was also here that Goldwasser Vodka was first distilled in the the final years of the 16th Century. Gdanska is another restaurant with a fine reputation and their roast duck with red cabbage and herring salad is a fantastic starting point for those new to Polish food. Brovarnia Gdansk is an award-winning brewery and restaurant. Enjoy a glass of freshly brewed local beer, while sampling a variety of old Gdansk delicacies. For those searching for more contemporary Polish food, Metamorfoza is a fusion of Polish and other cuisines. They also have fantastic fresh fish on offer.