Bistro and café in the centre of Gdańsk Main City. What catches the eye in this pretty and cosy interior, is the bar painted in blue and a small, comfortable sofa with a Kashubian flower motif. In the summer, the restaurant invites guests to its wonderfully arranged garden. ‘Tradition, simplicity, moderation, order, nature,’ with these words the owners describe their venue. Regional tradition is referenced by a number of dishes in the menu, they are easy to find by the white and blue logo of Pomorskie Culinary Heritage. It’s worth checking out the regional fish dishes, as well as local desserts, in particular the delicate, silky mousse, the ‘szpajza’ – Kashubian answer to tiramisu – or ‘ruchanki’, sourdough-based drop scones. While you can order a regular coffee in Kafëbë, a brëjka made from roasted grains and chicory is a much better choice. This coffee, as well as many other local products and Kashubian specialities, such as honeys or jams, can be ordered to go. A big plus for introducing new items to the menu: Polish wine from the Jasiel vineyard and local beers from Kościerzyna.