This is the 'hotel restaurant' at the Le Meridien Vilnius Hotel. It serves OK quality food, but is not great value for money, nor worth making much of a detour for (the hotel is about 30 minutes NW of Vilnius).
The two surprising things about this restaurant are its very short menu - there are really very few dishes on the menu, and the peculiar approach to wine. When we dined there were about twenty dishes in total on the menu, and at least one of these had sold out. The hotel appears to have done a deal with a wine importer to offer an extensive range of wines by the glass (about 40 split evenly between red and white) but asking for a glass of wine brought perplexed looks from most of the waiting staff. Not sure what system is being used behind the scenes, but the wine itself (I had a glass of red bordeaux wasn't worth the effort of ordering it).
The limited menu was mostly 'international' food, with a few 'Lithuanian Specialities'. The food was well cooked, and nicely presented, but in other respects neither memorable nor remarkable.
Service was quite slow, and waiting staff had limited enthusiasm for their work.
The meal was quite expensive for what you got.
If you judge the restaurant against what you would expect for a low quality regional hotel, it is about average. As the 'destination' restaurant for a large international hotel it is pretty poor.
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