Święto Wolności i Solidarności
  • 19.2 ºC  / 66.5 ºF   
  • City Gdańsk
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The Mercato name memorizes the trade route of Pomerania – via Mercatorum, which historically connected Gdańsk with Southern Poland. Menu in modern way combines local and seasonal products, with culinary trends from around the world. The main flavors presented in the menu are inspired by traditional recipes, but introduced with modern vision of cooking, which uses the latest trends and techniques.
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The Mercato name memorizes the trade route of Pomerania – via Mercatorum, which historically connected Gdańsk with Southern Poland. Menu in modern way combines local and seasonal products, with culinary trends from around the world. The main flavors presented in the menu are inspired by traditional recipes, but introduced with modern vision of cooking, which uses the latest trends and techniques. Our restaurant refers to four symbols, which are: Broad Bean grain, planted by the Pomeranians in the Lusatian culture; noble Baltic Salomon, served on tables of Gdańsk noblemen of German decent and angled from Hel to Vistula Split by fishermen, especially for this occasion organized in sailing societies called “Maszoperia”; “Fagas”, which was a large Pomeranian sheep bred on Żuławy by Mennonites, who came from Holland and finally the Duck, used as a symbol of birds bred for centuries in Pomerania and eaten by Polish, Kashubian and as well as Prussian inhabitants of Pomerania.