Lithuanian cuisine is not something that is famous all around the world and not all cities have a Lithuanian restaurant. Barcelona is among few places in the world where being outside of Lithuania one can try typical food. The restaurant's interior is typical for Lithuanian art cafes, it looks unusual in Barcelona: the walls are full of paintings of Lithuanian artists, also there are plenty of other art objects to buy - such as statues, candle holders, amber jewelry, hand made postcards. The owner is a very talkative and pleasant man. He will gladly guide you through the Lithuanian cuisine and menu and advice you on what to take and to taste. Although cepelinai may not be to everyone's taste, you must try some of the deserts (especially Sakotis - tree cake) and Lithuanian beer with fried bread cheese and garlic. Go there just because you are curious and have never tasted anything from the region. The prices are below Barcelona's average, food taste like home made mama's food and the owner will be your guide. Go there for a unique experience! There is a big review of most of the dishes tasted in the restaurant by Spanish bloggers "Dequehablashoy" in their November post of 2013. On Fridays and Saturdays the restaurant has live music concerts.
If you own or manage Lituania Art, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.