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All reviews peas potato pancakes soup dumplings bread local food affordable place order at the bar wide range of beers lithuanian beer great beer big portions small place sit outside old town perfect place visit this place
We went to this restaurant based on the reviews. It’s a little hidden away but only about 5 mins from the main town (Vilnius isn’t that big). It’s really a pub and full of character . Great music playing too. We tried a few local...More
I chanced upon this place on the way to Bernardine Cemetery and visited on the way back. There are really good local beers and loads of space to sit outside in an alternative atmosphere. It isn't too loud and folks are friendly. It is a...More
It’s a nice place, not fancy, with very affordable prices on the menu. Tried what’s available for the day, pea soup, it was good. The potato pancakes were very oily, not good. The pancakes with cottage cheese, I forgot what it’s called, was good. We...More
Visiting second time, and will come again, food is great and location easy accessible.
BUT please improve how your stuff is communicating with clients. You have so many foreign clientele and it is unacceptable to answer to client questions in such manner. It sounds almost...More
The ambience is ok and alternative, although the girl attending is not very welcoming when customers arrive and look for a place to seat and have a meal, you feel you’re being a lot ignored, I don’t know if this is something “typical” in Lithuania...More
Don't be fooled by scruffy exterior, this is a great place to taste different kinds of Lithuanian beer, and enjoy nourishing and tasty food. Zeppelines are really huge and delicious, Zemaiciu pancakes are wonderful. Friendly stuff and funny design are memorable.
After reading the reviews on TripAdvisor we decided to try the local food here, in the bohemian neighborhood of Uzupi and we were not disappointed with the choice...At all! We ate cepelinai, saltibarsciai and Latvian/Lithuanian peas. Strongly recommended!
My friend and I were staying close to Uzupis district of Vilnius and recommended by a Lithuanian friend to visit. We noted there were three Snekutis in Vilnius so we visited the closest one (and probably with the least tourists). The interior is rather limited,...More