That Słupsk has one of Poland's best restaurants may come as a bit of a surprise – that it's in the suburbs 2.3km west of the train station is an even bigger shock. But there it is, flash decor, impeccably-laid tables, Chesterfield-style seating and super-polite waiters. Expect an eclectic menu that combines everything from traditional seasonal Polish fare and Baltic salmon to fresh tuna and crème brûlée.
Everything zings with flavour and can be accompanied by a bottle from one of Pomerania's best stocks of wine. It's a 15-minute walk along uls Szczecińska and Piłsudskiego, a short trip on bus 8 or 9 or a 20zł taxi ride.