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My meal at Rozengrals wasn't bad, by any means - but it wasn't great. I started with the venison soup, which was pretty tasty. It was accompanied by small loaf of crusty bread, which was also good.
I ordered the chicken with a curry sauce....More
My wife and I were in Riga tor four days (I was there on business) and this was our favorite restaurant. It seems impossibly hokey/touristy at first -- medieval wine cellar with costumed staff -- but the food is great, the candlelit atmosphere enchanting, and...More
I first walked past this place a few years and said to myself "typical tourist trap", but yesterday was recommended by friends to meet there for my daughter's birthday.
Actually - it was very very good. The setting, décor and staff all looked amazing. The...More
We were intrigued by the outside decor so we ventured in and glad we did. We were greeted by a man dress in old school clobber, down the spiral stairway into a banquet hall full of high pillars, wooden tables and chairs and obviously people...More
This place is ace. You feel like you have stepped back in time, because you have, as you enter the vaulted cellars of this restaurant.
Candlelit, you will drink from glass goblets and eat tasty meats off spits. You can ladle up your dish with...More
We went here because it was recommended as a great experience, we got there around 5pm and you go down stairs into the dungeons below which it is all lit by candles. At the bottom of the stairs was a large seating area lots of...More
Yes it’s expensive and yes it’s touristy... we expected that and booked anyway. I came here with my parents.
We loved the dark dungeon candlelit atmosphere. We chose 3 mains to share and taste, something we could not prepare at home.
The duck and rabbit...More