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At Hilton, dining options are designed with you in mind. Start the day with a hearty breakfast or nutritious light bite; savor innovative dishes prepared with only the freshest ingredients, or simply relax with a cup of coffee in the hotel lounge. From business brunches to pre-dinner drinks and everything in between, the options at Hilton are catered especially for you.
Start your day with a delicious and healthy Hilton Buffet Breakfast at the Hilton Gdansk hotel. Enjoy a selection of fresh fruit juices and hot beverages.
Take a break and enjoy a refreshing drink in our modern, open-plan Lobby Bar. Choose from an extensive selection of fine wines, rare and aged single malts, distinctive beers and classic spirits, or enjoy a specialty coffee with a delicious range of snacks.
Located on the 5th floor, with an open-air deck terrace and a tranquil 'urban beach', High 5 Terrace bar is the highest bar in Gdansk's Old Town. Offering stunning views of Gdansk landmarks, this unique Gdansk bar is the perfect setting to relax with a speciality cocktail and enjoy a selection of tasty and nutritious Spa appetizers.
The name of our restaurant, Mercato, signifies the trade route of Pomerania - via Mercatorum, which historically connected Gdańsk with Southern Poland. Our menu combines local and seasonal products with culinary trends from around the world, using the latest techniques. The four symbols which inspire our menu are rooted in history - the broad bean grain, planted by the Pomeranians in e, the noble Baltic salmon, the 'Fagas' which was a large Pomeranian sheep bred on Zulawy, and finally the duck, used as a symbol of birds bred for centuries in Pomerania.
Mercato Menu (PDF)