Eliksir – Restauracja Gdańsk, Wrzeszcz, Garnizon.

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Our restaurant actively strives to eliminate CO2 emissions, starting with a detailed analysis of our carbon footprint, which enables the identification of rapid reduction and long-term goals towards complete carbon neutrality.
Thanks to our numerous initiatives, our restaurant contributed to generating 41 tons of CO2 in 2023.
Did you know that over the last year, we managed to reduce our CO2 emissions by 7% compared to 2022?

involves understanding the division of emissions into three main scopes, each representing different sources of greenhouse gas emissions. Here’s a breakdown of what each scope typically includes:

Direct emissions are those that occur from sources that are owned or controlled by the company. This includes:
Combustion of fuels in stationary sources (like boilers or furnaces) or mobile sources (vehicles owned or controlled by the company) for heating, power, or transportation.
Emissions from technological processes occurring within the company’s operations, such as chemical reactions or other processes that directly release CO2.
Leaking refrigerants from cooling systems that the company owns or controls, which can release greenhouse gases if not properly maintained.
Indirect energy emissions refer to the emissions resulting from the generation of purchased or acquired electricity, heat, steam, or cooling that the company consumes. Scope 2 accounts for the CO2 emissions from these energy services but occurs at the place where they’re generated, not at the company itself. This includes:
Purchased or acquired electrical energy for company operations.
Technological steam used in processes.
Cooling for maintaining temperature in facilities or for specific processes.

Other indirect emissions are all the other emissions that occur in the company’s value chain, outside of its own operations. This scope is the broadest and can include a wide variety of sources, such as:


Our company is committed to minimizing its negative impact on the natural environment through efficient resource management, reducing emissions of harmful substances, and promoting the sustainable use of resources.

Our goal is to build ethical relationships with employees, suppliers, and local communities. This includes ensuring good working conditions, supporting equality and diversity, and engaging in activities that benefit the community.

We are engaged in protecting both tangible and intangible cultural heritage, integrating cultural elements and promoting local culture and traditions in an authentic and responsible manner.

We operate in a way that ensures long-term financial stability without harming the environment and society. Our approach includes long-term strategic planning, risk management, and investments in sustainable technologies and practices.

Eliksir aware of its duty in terms of environmental protection and social responsibility, commits to promoting, implementing, and maintaining sustainable development, taking into account ecological, social, and economic aspects.


This Sustainable Procurement Policy commits our company to promote and implement sustainable development practices through conscious purchasing decisions. Our goal is to minimize the negative impact on the environment, society, and cultural heritage, while simultaneously supporting the local economy and striving for economic efficiency.

Supplier Code of Conduct

This Supplier Code of Conduct represents our commitment to responsible and sustainable business
practices in the tourism/hospitality industry. This Code establishes a set of minimum requirements for
suppliers of goods and services in terms of conduct that aligns with our company’s values, as well as
principles of social responsibility and sustainable development.


We have a certificate confirming that 100% of the energy consumed in 2023 was covered by guarantees of origin or other certificates attesting to the production of energy from renewable sources.

We are a part of the EU programme ETSM2030

Thanks to our previous environmentally conscious efforts, as one of 14 companies across Poland, we are participating in the European Union’s experimental project ETSM2030, with the aim of fostering a sustainable development in tourism. One of our goals in this project is to implement actions aimed at reducing our carbon footprint.
The project’s final achievement will be the attainment of a ‘green leaf certificate,’ confirming the company’s commitment to conscious actions in support of environmental protection and sustainable development.

Filtered Water

An alternative to bottled water that contributes to reducing CO2 emissions.

Ecological Laundry

All our textiles are laundered in an ecological laundry in Gdańsk that does not use perchloroethylene harmful to the environment and health.

Intelligent Energy Management

In winter, we use the intelligent Polish Fibaro system to manage thermal energy, which allows to save up to 23% of thermal energy each year.

Vegetarian Menu

We are progressively increasing the number of vegetarian and vegan dishes in our menu.


We diligently segregate waste. With each delivery our suppliers are required to collect collective packages with them, giving the opportunity for their reuse.

Zero Waste

We minimize organic waste. Vegetable peelings are used to make chips, citrus peels are used to prepare cordials, lemonades and syrups.

Trainings and apprenticeships

Since 2015, we have been providing trainings for students of gastronomic schools throughout Poland. Since 2019, we have been offering free theoretical classes at the Gdańsk Gastronomic School. giving them an opportunity to use their practical skills in Eliksir’s kitchen.

Metal Straws

We say no to plastic! We have been using only metal straws at Eliksir for the past 8 years,


We collect and recycle used oil! Did you know that used oil, due to its high triglyceride content, is often used as a bio-component in the production of so-called “ecodiesel”? It is also used for heating purposes and burned in oil furnaces. It can also be further processed in the chemical industry to produce various types of synthetic materials.

Eco Dishwasher

We use a dishwasher that recovers energy from wastewater and steam and uses it to heat cold incoming water, reducing energy consumption.

Cross Trainings

We run various professional workshops and offer the opportunity for cross trainings. Each of our employees can take a shift in a completely different section during their working hours, allowing them to improve their skills and broaden their horizons.

Eliksir w butelce

Our homemade cocktail mixer made from (NFC) fruit juices, spices, and herbs, packaged in 100% biodegradable packaging.


Through various activities, we support local initiatives such as the Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity (WOŚP), the Puck St. Father Pio Hospice, Serce do Garów, and the Bogdan Jański Bure Misie Foundation in Kościerzyna.


We try to use ingredients produced in-house and those sourced from local suppliers as much as as we can.

In our menu, you will find homemade ingredients, such as: feta cheese, mascarpone cheese, pickled vegetables, bread, cordials, syrups, ginger beer, tonic, non-alcoholic beer etc.

Antonius Caviar

“Gosławice” Ecological Fish Farm established in the 1960s. A Polish producer of the highest quality caviar – one of the leading sturgeon breeders in Europe.

Masurian Farm

An ecological farm in Masuria that breeds organic Black Angus beef on the edge of the Borecka Forest in Gieraliszki.

Śnieżka Perlino

The “Śnieżka” creamery in Perlino, established in 1992, still using traditional methods of dairy production. We use their cream, yogurts, and butter.

Zlotnicka Pstra Pig

A local pig breed from Wielkopolska. Pigs raised in small farms, fed with natural feeds growing much slower than industrial breeds, what results in excellent quality and unique taste of their meat.


An ecological trout and sturgeon farm located in the west Pomeranian Voivodeship, near the border of the Grabowa river valley nature reserve (Natura 2000 area). Their hot-smoked trout was awarded the Culinary Heritage sign.

Kashubian Goat

The „Kashubian Goat” farm located in Robaczkowo, on the outskirts of the Wdzydze Landscape Park. The farm produces various types of goat cheese using traditional methods.

Bure Misie

Cheeses produced by the members of Bure Misie Foundation in Kościerzyna. Intellectually and physically disabled individuals work at various stages of cheese production under the supervision of the foundation.

Kwidzyn Ketchup

Warminskie Fruit and Vegetable Production founded in 1934 in the Lower Vistula region, given an ECO certificate for some of its products.

Stoisław Mill

The company established in 1958 near Koszalin in the west Pomeranian Voivodeship. The mill has an ECO certificate for the part of its production. We use their flour to make our homemade bread.


We start each shift with preparing freshly baked bread for our guests. We always serve three different types of bread made from Polish flour.

Bursztyn Cheese

A matured Polish cheese aged for 6 months, produced by a dairy cooperative with over 100 years of tradition and experience.


During the peak season, we turn our kitchen into a large pickles production. Most of the fruits and vegetables are preserved in jars during the summer season and served to our guests months later.

Mushrooms and fruit

Elpol, a family-owned company from Bydgoszcz, supplying mushrooms, pickles, and fruits for over 20 years. Most of the company’s products are marked with the Culinary Heritage of Pomerania and Kujawy.

Skład Kawy

A local coffee roastery in Gdynia called Gdynska Palarnia Kawy, established in 2012. In Eliksir, we have our unique blend prepared specially for us.

Sea buckthorn

A protected species of plant found on the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea. It has a unique taste and smell. Also called a Polish passion fruit.

Eliksir w butelce

Our homemade cocktail mixer made from (NFC) fruit juices, spices, and herbs, packaged in 100% biodegradable packaging.

Świnia jabłkowa

An old breed of pigs with a good build, bred on eco farms. The basis of the food are natural apple cores, which affects the well-being and health of animals.


Fier is a company with 25 years of tradition in ecological breeding and fishing the highest quality fish and seafood. Thanks to a shortened supply chain, we can count on the highest quality and freshness of products..

Leaf liturgy

Organic production is a system of sustainable production based of natural production methods: products of biological and mineral origin, not technologically processed.


Starogdańskie Beer

based on the original recipe of Gdańsk beer brewed in the 1950s in a brewery located 1 km away from Eliksir. The product was awarded the Culinary Heritage sign. .

Kashubian Ratafia

A traditional Polish product – a sweet liqueur made from cherries and cloves. It is prepared from spring to autumn by sequentially adding ripe fruit sprinkled with sugar followed by maceration in stoneware containers.


Annual Polish sparkling wine produced using traditional methods in the Gostchorze winery, located near the Odra River, in the Natura 2000 areas of the Odra Valley.

Podole Wielkie

A family-owned agricultural farm and distillery with a 150-year tradition, producing excellent Podole Wielkie Okowita.


A 50% rye distillate aged in oak barrels previously used for excellent Spanish grape wines. It matures in the deep cellars of the Szczecin Vodka Factory.

Młody Ziemniak

Polish potato vodka originating from one of the ecologically cleanest regions in Europe – Podlasie. One bottle of vodka is made from 50 young Dukat potatoes with a 10% starch content.

Winnica Turnau

A vineyard established in 2010 located near Szczecin. The plots are planted with solaris and johanniter grape varieties, as well as riesling, hibernal, seyval blanc, rondo, regent, and cabernet.

Jotson Gin

Jonston Gin is a craft gin from Poland, characterized by a unique selection of various botanicals that contribute to its exceptional taste. The spirit undergoes an infusion process, which enhances the distinctiveness of the gin and gives it fruity flavor notes.

Wild Fields Whisky

Polish whisky made exclusively from Polish malted grains. It is distilled in small batches in a small distillery in Jasienica, near Bielsko-Biała.


Polish vodka made from wheat grown in the Bieszczady region, awarded 18 different medals.