Top 5 Restaurants of Kaunas

Was wondering when we go to Kaunas, which places we should visit to eat based on impressive architecture, interior, food and quality of service.

Here is the top 5 list:

1. Svarstyklės

http://www.pazaislisparkhotel.lt/

Since its summer, This restaurant seems to be the best option to sit out and enjoy sunshine with amazing food. The restaurant – has three halls, and each of the different styles. In this hall, felt the edge of the Mediterraneanbreeze. if you had looked into the Greek tavern. In this room, collected 200 antique scales. In the mornings you can have breakfas here. On two large screens, guests can watch sports events. This hall is very nice, you feelhow in the bar is prepared fresh coffee, shake coktails. South Hall to arrange a lunch to 40 visitors. Perfectly fitthe weekend to celebrate a birthday, it can be closed, but visitors can dance called the “Nymph” hall, where a group of weekend concerts all over Lithuania.

2. Senieji Rūsiai

https://www.facebook.com/SeniejiRusiai

Housed inside several gorgeous brick vaults inside a classic, 17th-century Old Town building, Senieji Rūsiai (Old Cellars) is a much needed breath of fresh air in a city of so much low budget banality. Well mannered staff ferry salmon in brandy, pepper steak, duck, rabbit and other fancy dishes with the utmost decorum to an altogether better class of locals and foreigners alike, the perfect antidote to a day spent running the gauntlet of the city’s beleaguered museum staff. Their excellent choice of desserts are best finished off with a spine-tingling espresso and an expensive cigar from the in-house humidor.

3. Kunigaikščių menė

https://www.facebook.com/menehotel/info

This small and cozy hotel is situated on a cobblestone street in the historic quarter of Kaunas, near the historic Kaunas Castle, the cathedral and the town hall. The elegant and quiet Kunigaiksciu mene has a cafe and a restaurant situated in a 16th-century cellar. The bright and spacious rooms are equipped with many modern amenities, including heated bathroom floors. The historic quarter’s main street, called Vilnius Street, is within easy walking distance.

4. Piccola Italia

http://www.piccolaitalia.lt/lang/en#

“Piccola Italia” is a stylish Italian restaurant radiating homely warmth located in the centre of Kaunas. This is the place where you can enjoy the real taste of Italy: homemade pasta, Italian pizzas, salads, desserts and carefully selected wines from the best Italian wine regions. Our guests are welcome to enjoy a selection of matured or fresh cheese and premium quality ham directly from Italian producers, to appreciate homemade Italian pasta or pizza, following original recipes that have been passed from generation to generation of Italian families. The best chefs will create culinary masterpieces of Italian cuisine and season them with herbs grown right here at the restaurant. “Piccola Italia” is a little piece of Italian spirit in the temporary capital of Lithuania.

5. Sushi Express

https://www.facebook.com/express.sushi/info

May be we can try vegetarian version of Sushi 😉 Love the interior and excellent reviews by visitors also above all love Sushi! Here are some of review by its visitors…. “This is definitely one of the best places to get sushi in Kaunas. I’ve been to both spots and the service was great, food was tasty and the prices are farely reasonable. It still is a fast food restaurant though (the atmosphere doesn’t make you stay here longer) but a pretty good one.”

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