We were in town for a wedding and on our first evening in Olsztyn we came here for dinner. They first serve a complimentary fresh tomato juice - delicious. I never knew tomatoes could sing. To start with I had beef tartar. It has blackberry coulis, generous onion and pickle, egg yolk, and most important truffle oil. YES! Not in a “fashionable” way, but for genuine complement and pleasure. It was the best tartar I have ever had, and I frequently order it if I see it on a menu. Bravo! My husband had tomato carpaccio. Absolutely delicious, and an elegantly balanced goats cheese which was mellow yet rich. For mains we had the confit duck. It. Was. Incredible. A huge win for me on this dish (apart from the obvious) was the “noodle”. How to describe... gnocchi meets pasta with an ever-so gentle sweetness from the caramelisation in the pan, yet light as a feather. This was no noodle I ever had, and I already feel sad that I may never experience it again. This is a fine example, to me, of Polish cooking. I don’t say Polish “food” but Polish cooking - full of love, variety and eclectic. This dish was endlessly exciting - beetroot coulis, yellow plum, boleros mushrooms, sugar snaps, mustard - it will be on my mind for a long time. Delicious.
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