Długa 13, Gdansk, Poland
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Cukiernia Sowa Gdansk Reviews
The Owl :) Jan 11, 2017
We found Cukiernia Sowa by accident. We were walking around the Gdansk’s Old Town and came across the Sowa Cafe. As we were already a bit tired of walking and wanted a break we decided to stop right there. The cafe was very busy but we manager to find a free table outside. Cukiernia Sowa is located on a pedestrian-only street. The outside tables give an opportunity to watch how the world go by while treating yourself to a cake, ice cream or delish coffee from a wonderful array of temptingly treats.
Everything in the cafe looks beautiful. All the cakes and all the cookies are almost a piece of art. Everything is served on a beautiful tableware. The logo of the cafe, which is an own (sowa means an own in Polish) is on every single plate and mug.
Everything looked so nice that I didn’t know what to choose. I could eat the entire display and menu. Eventually we ordered a roulade with warm raspberries, but unfortunately it was all gone. Bummer! We had to change out order and get a cheesecake with blueberries which looked as nice as the roulade. It tasted very good as well. Desserts are served cold or warmed up so everone can choose the way he wants it. We decided to have it warm. The cheesecake with blueberry sauce and whipped creme was a Sweet Heaven! Flavoured coffee was to die for!
The only thing I can complain about is that the service wasn’t too fast. Maybe it was a bad timing, as we visited Gdansk during a very famous and busy fair – Saint Dominic's Fair, or maybe the staff is just not too efficient. It took a while until a waitress came to take our order. It took her even longer until we had our food. She also forgot about a smoothie that G. ordered. At the end they just deducted it from the bill.
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