Restauracja Café Polskie Smaki was created out of sentiment towards Polish cuisine and Kashubian culinary tradition. It is a place for everyone who values top quality, fresh, seasonal products, and simple, yet incomparable Polish specialties.
Polskie Smaki will allow anyone who values authentic, local cuisine to witness a unique slow food culinary experience, extended by restaurant’s interiors – inspired by local, Kashubian tradition – as well as a breath taking view of the Sopot Pier and the Baltic Sea.
The highlight of this culinary experience is compositions created by the Executive Chef, Krystian Szidel. Polskie Smaki enchants with Polish, traditional meals, and regional delicacies. A twist applied to them by Chef Krystian, give the traditional culinary trends a unique character.
The menu comprises dishes based on traditional, hundred-years-old recipes, with elements of new wave cuisine, or sous vide cooking technique. Krystian Szidel proves that Polish national and regional cuisine is unique and worth exploring. It has a solid foundation in high quality regional products and traditional recipes, which are worth re-examining and giving a different, more modern approach.
Café Polskie Smaki Restaurant, under the leadership of Executive Chef Krystian Szidel, received the 2016 Slow Food recommendation, and joined a select group of restaurants that are part of the slow food movement.
The idea of slow food is simple – enjoy the every moment and every bite of your dish, do not get distract from details and true taste in order to find the joy of eating and spending time with your beloved ones. Maybe it would be worth to allow yourself a moment of respite?
“We are extremely proud of this award and we would like to spread this idea, because in addition to celebrating the taste, it also promotes healthy eating habits that play a very important role in our lives” – Krzysztof Gbur, PR & Marketing Manager.
Wanting to present and introduce the idea of Slow Food, Polskie Smaki Restaurant organizes the event “Kashubian Slow Food”, where all guests will have the opportunity to taste the specialties of the new spring menu, and meet the Chef Krystian Szidel and the President of Slow Food Polska, Jacek Szklark. All invited guests will be able to hear about the Kashubian tradition of composing dishes, the secrets of the Polish cuisine, culinary curiosities about the each served dish and why it is worth following the idea of slow food.
Restauracja Café Polskie Smaki invite every food lover to join the uniqe Slow Food journey on April 29 at 1pm, where, apart from the dishes from the spring menu, we also offer tastings of regional alcohols and liqueurs. It will be tasty Sunday!
Cafe Polskie Smaki in Sheraton Hotel
Powstańców Warszawy 10, Sopot
It is located in the Rotunda of the Spa House, on the first floor – entrance from the Spa Square, and Plac Przyjaciół Sopotu (Sopot Friends’ Square)
phone.: +48 58 767 19 60