Kolobrzeg Journals

Eating in Kolobrzeg and surrounding resorts

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A travel journal to Kolobrzeg by dangaroo

Quote: A selection of restaurant reviews in Kolobrzeg and neary villages.

Ice cream hunting near the Baltic Sea

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After our Ale Ryba! experience in Kolobrzeg, we decided to call it a day with regards to looking for good fish and chips. They tend to lure you in with the deadly combination of fish and deep fried batter but the taste rarely lives up tot he smell and it's certainly not the cheapest food. The closest we got to another fish experience was during a visit along Kolobrzeg's sea front. From the port, we walked past the vendors stood at stalls of sunglasses and souvenirs and up to a promenade near the beach. The promenade contains book stalls and performers and on the left was a street performer playing a hurdy-gurdy whilst to the right there were some tables and seats overlooking the sea, we sa...Read More

Ale Ryba

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Restaurant | "A bit fishy!"

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Lately we've been going for a family holiday to the north east of Poland in June the last couple of years. Providing you can tolerate lots of healthy looking old people with their Nordic walking sticks, then it's a very agreeable place. Sea air and walking around certainly builds up an appetite though. Kolobrzeg has an old fashioned and is home to a somewhat rough looking joint lying just off the square by the port, it also has a sea front restaurant selling fish and chips. Perhaps taken in by the snazzy logo and catchy name, we chose a completely different restaurant, the clean and modern-looking "Ale Ryba!" despite being a few metres from the Baltic Sea, you would be hard pushed to find...Read More

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on November 22, 2012

Ale Ryba
Cicha 7B
Kolobrzeg, Poland

Restauracja Alforno

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Restaurant | "A Baltic coast pizza"

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In the summer of 2012, we first visited Grzybowo in the north east of Poland as a family. Unhappy with the pizza offerings in the small seaside resort, spurred on by a sign for Alforno Restauracja we went exploring into the neighbouring realms of Dzwirzyno, a town about 6km along the coast. Dzwirzyno is a bit bigger than Grzybowo and has a bit of an instiutional feel to it, a typical old communist type resort if you like. One of the benefits of being bigger though, is the improvement of cuisine. Alforno is part of the Olecki Pensjonata, which offer rooms and have a website in English, Polish and German.Initially I was a little perturbed by the fact that the restaurant touted Greek cuisine ...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on July 30, 2012

Restauracja Alforno
Wyzwolenia 6
Dzwirzyno, Poland
94 358 51 56

Pizzeria Milano

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Restaurant | "Signed, sealed, dill-ivered"

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One morning whilst looking for some doughnuts in Grzybowo in North-Eastern Poland, I'd eyed up a restaurant that seemed surprisingly similar to the one we'd visited on our first night. Well, they served dark beer known as "Irlandzkie", though in case it was from the Noteckie brewery. The restaurant is located on the main drag of shops and restaurants, Ulica Nadmorska - it is about half way up and almost opposite the most popular shop in the village.Pizzeria Milano is a pretty big restaurant, the inside has a canteen feeling to it and the outside is like a typical beer garden, this section also has a seperate bar. They have a number type system, where you are given a number and...Read More

Member Rating 1 out of 5 on July 3, 2011

Pizzeria Milano
Ul. Nadmorska 51
Grzybowo, Poland

Pizzeria Giovanna

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Restaurant | "Not pleased with my pizza!"

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Located on Ul. Namiotowa, Pizzeria Giovanna looks little more than a glorified caravan, it runs on to Grzybowo's campsite and may even be part of it. We went there on our first day mostly due to the convenience of it being opposite the place where we happened to be staying. If it had been good, they may have benefited from our business quite regularly during the week due to having a penchant for pizza. Unfortunately it wasn't to be.The couple that ran it were nice enough, speaking fluent Polish and German as well as possibly Italian (I suspected the man there was Italian), the restaurant is dog-friendly and they have quite a lot on their menu - mostly different versions of spaghetti dishes...Read More

Member Rating 2 out of 5 on July 3, 2011

Pizzeria Giovanna
Ul Namiotowa 10/11
Grzybowo, Poland