Nice local place, the interior feels like a monistary. Nice elderly host and very good food. We stumbled by and loved it
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We ate at the kavine twice before and were really happy. This time was a major disapointment however. The service was somewhat unfriendly, the kepta duona was more greasy than tasty. The worst however was, that we found fish bones in our bulvinai blinai (potatoe...More
We love this place, especially during the summertime when it's possible to sit outside, close to the small river. Drinks and snacks are very good. Not so good, instead, are the meals from the menu: we have eaten there a couple of times and it...More
Away from the busy tourist centre this friendly pub and restaurant offers the ideal spot to rest your feet and watch the world and the odd canoist go buy. The "Swing of Fate" that hangs below the adjacent bridge also provides some entertainment as young...More
Do not go here! We ordered turkey and veal for dinner. The veal consisted of fat only with pretty much no meat at all. The turkey was entirely uncooked inside. Both the meat and the vegetables were frozen although they were advertised as fresh. We...More
I ordered the lamb stew with vegetables. When it arrived I tried to find the lamb meat and found only a couple of very small chunks. I called over the waiter to bring it to his attention and to show him and ask him where...More
What a great rest spot on a hot day and this is even where the Uzupis parliament meets! I stopped for a couple beers and a Zeppelin! Yummy! Very restful, tasty eating and so peaceful!