Checz Rybacka - A Fisherman's Cottage: "Everything Kashubian" Jastarnia Restaurant Tip by evaanna

Jastarnia Restaurants: 2 reviews and 8 photos

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This is another restaurant in Jastarnia open all year round. It is situated in the centre of the town and has lots of seats outdoors so it is good for people watching. However, as it was still quite cold in April, we chose to sit inside both the times we visited the place. The fire was burning and there were a few electric heaters provided for those sitting far from it. The decor made reference to fishing and Kashubian folk art. Even the door to the WC was decorated with Kashubian ornaments! The service was prompt but not all things on the menu were available. No wonder - the menu was really extensive while out of season the place had few guests.

Favorite Dish: The restaurant specialises in fish dishes. The first time there we both had cod and coleslaw salad but we found the fish a little tasteless. The second time we had chowder, which was quite good and not too spicy for me. Chris had salmon tartare, which was not bad if rather expensive and I ordered potato cakes the fisherman's style, without the fish sauce though as it had just run out.

Comparison: about average
Directions: In the main street, you will see the 'stork's nest' on its roof
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 3
Theme: Local

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated May 7, 2009
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