Thursday, 27 December 2018

Pizza delivery in Gdansk, Poland - best pizzerias in Gdansk

Gdansk is Poland's principal seaport and the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area. Parts of the historic old city of Gdańsk, which had suffered large-scale destruction during the war, were rebuilt during the 1950s and 1960s. The reconstruction was not tied to the city's pre-war appearance, but instead was politically motivated as a means of culturally cleansing and destroying all traces of German influence from the city. Boosted by heavy investment in the development of its port and three major shipyards for Soviet ambitions in the Baltic region, Gdańsk became the major shipping and industrial center.
Italian pizza

Being such a big city and with a large sea port there's bound to be a good selection of restaurants and pizza places in Gdansk. The city doesn't disappoint. We recommend visiting Oliwa Do Ognia on the Garncarska street. There's excellent reviews online about the place like:
"Nice small pizzeria. Crust was thin, crisp and probably the best I have had. We have tried other pizzerias in Gdansk and this one is the One where we will go again."

Also worth a visit is La Famiglia Pizza on Lektykarska street. Good quality pizza and priced really well too. Authentic Italian experience in Gdansk that's not to be missed. Review like this one speak for itself:
"I'm traveling in Eastern Europe for about 5 weeks and so never expected to only eat Eastern European food. After all, I don't eat American food every day. This pizza was one of the best meals I had in Gdansk. The crust was so light and thin, it was amazing. The waiter said it was going to take 40 minutes to be prepared, but it barely took half that long. If you want a change from Polish food, try this place - you won't be sorry (well - unless you like thick doughy pizza, I guess!)."