Although the well know expression is when in Rome, it can be equally relevant when in Riga. Riga has some beautiful restaurants and many of them serve authentic Latvian food. It may not be a cuisine that you are used to, but there is plenty of choices and it would be just wrong to go home and not to have tried any of the local food. As ever there is a guide to come and collect you and walk you to the restaurant. Let us know if there are certain things that you cannot eat and as it would spoil the night if you had something you were allergic to.
The meal that is cooked for you will be three courses and one beer per person is also included. If you want to be sure that you are going to get music while you are there then it must be a Friday when you visit as that is the night when the music is guaranteed. There is a limit to the time that you will be able to stay in the restaurant and that is around 2 hours but as there is so much to do in Riga you are bound to want to go on to another venue.
- English Speaking Guide
- Walk to Restaurant
- Latvian Traditional three-courser
- One Beer Per Person
On Fridays there is a live band playing.
Riga City Centre
All Year Round
from € 57 per person
If you are on a diet or looking for low calorie meals amongst the local food, then you have chosen a wrong country to come to. But if exposure of the calories in your blood is not something you are scared off, then Latvia has plenty of variations on offer.
Grey peas with salted pork fat or bacon. This is one of the most traditional Latvian dishes popular for the cold season also used as the Christmas Meal.
Rye Bread Dessert
Latvians have some incredibly delicious desserts made with rye bread, which is an essential part of traditional Latvian cuisine.
Bacon And Onion Rolls
Latvians always set a huge clay bowl on the table at the holiday feasts filled to overflowing with Bacon Rolls. Due to the amount of work involved to make Rolls, they are usually made for special occasions in a very large amounts.