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This also being a Swedish classic is one of the best dishes they've had since the dawn of time. And I just had this craving inside me and was not disappointed, but you must use the lemon and squeeze some atop as well as freely...More
we did not book a table but were quite early to visit this place and that was a luch because 20 minutes after we arrived the place was full and hopeless to get a table without reservation. The steak was really medium as we asked...More
Very pleasant waitress attending us, not too crowded, clean as always - good atmosphere, nice art on the walls by well-known local artist always inspires ELEGANCE. The waitress sold in my beverage well and I nearly took two pots..
Outstanding restaurant that has not changed since going in 17 years (though its been open far longer), the decor is classic with its dark green marble tables and the food is outstandingly fresh and vibrant, the service so easy and relaxed. Breakfast, lunch and dinner,...More
One of my business friends from days passed, cam through Riga inviting me to the Osiris. We both agreed this is the restaurant we like the best and one thing we both remarked on was the great bread they make - Danish style (Merry Baker...More
The menu is truly excellent. Everything a person could wish for and provided useful info about the allergens which is a rare thing in Riga. You can easily see what is gluten-free for example. The wine menu is just as lovely as the food menu,...More
The reason I keep coming back is the place has class. The standards are high, the waiters/barmen - and -women show sophistication, know their job and are very accommodating to all their guests. Add then the almost most import - the kitchen - always delivering...More
Yesterday I, to just quench my thirst in this royal heat we are receiving, and to stop my hunger from reaching further, I had the shrimp covered toasted bread with a slice of lemon, a branch of Dill,and some mayonnaise and it tasted as it...More