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I tried fish soup and a piece of salmon bread, both were just ok. Not very special.
Price was rather high for locals, so this place might be only for tourists? I do not think that over 10 euros small fish plate would be affordable...More
They are just inside the (huge) seafood section of Riga Central Market. The food is very fresh and they have options for both cold and hot food. Our family ended up ordering more and more, and that says to the taste of the food.
We’ve been there with my father and enjoyed easygoing atmosphere and the market stall mood. You can freely choose from cool vetrine those kinds of seafood you are willing to try. Some of them are already cooked/prepared, some are still to be done. Must try...More
The food was fantastic we shared a herring platter, fish soup sad roasted vegetables more than enough for 2 washed down with Riga champagne. Would definitely recommend the food was delicious and great atmosphere in the market
I read some good reviews about this place on here and decided to give it a go. Really good choice and selection of fresh see food and yet affordable prices.some local boards are also available on the menu.
If you are in the market then...More
Obviously, the seafood is as fresh as it gets. And since it is one of the very few eating options at the market it is very popular. The fish soup for 4,50 eur is nice, filling and not fishy. The little breads are also very...More
A small very popular bar located in the passageway between tow of the large market halls. If you can find a table, order cooked or pickled (local style) fish - full meals or snacks! Serves wine and beer too!
Small fish cafe inside of Central Market fish pavilion. I would recommend this place for everyone who is first time in Riga. Combine it with Central Market visiting and you will start the day in a right way. Kilava & egg on black bread is...More