– where the prewar buirgeoisie cusisine traditions of Vilnius are pursued
Our recipes have been collected from the old notebooks of Vilnius buirgeoisie and the stories of their house cook, and wrapped in contemporary interpretation of our chef, beyond question, an inhabitant of Vilnius.
We work all together and do our best from the bottom of our heart. You are welcome every day!
Welcome to our restaurant-bistro, in the heart of Vilnius old town
Bourgeoisie cuisine of Vilnius has formed in the 19th century. It is a fusion of the Lithuanian szlachta, Polish, and French cuisine traditions. Before the World War II Vilnius really knew how to feast, had a knack for enogastronomia (the appreciation of wine and food) and drank mead with dignity, as local Nordic wine.
The Old Town of Vilnius is really unique – every single turn of tricky Medieval streets brings a new perspective. If you turn from Pilies Street to a narrow curvy Mykolo Street, you will find our restaurant-bistro, and in the end of this street – St. Michael the Archangel’s Church, the mausoleum of the Sapieha family, where now the Museum of Christian Art is established.
We arrange parties, social evenings, receptions, business lunches and dinners, catering. For further information, please call +370 688 22210 ore-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Business lunch or dinner at the restaurant with the menu agreed beforehand or choosing from à la carte. We will do our best to introduce your foreign guests to Vilnius, thus Lithuanian as well, cuisine with all of its flavors and tones – Polish, Belarusian, Jewish, Tartar, Karaite, Russian, German, Italian, and French.