First, the comment above is the translation in English, written by some Lithuanian dude. I am not here to give personal review to previous comment, but when a guy is critical beyond his senses, it is a bit hilarious.
The restaurant does not have menu. Fishermen bring fresh fish every morning, so what is the point to write a different menu every single day, huh? Different day- different menu. Written on the wall outside, written on the board inside in huge letters.
The service level is as you would expect from your aunt during sommer holidays. Simple, straithforward, accomodating.
As for TV, yes, there is one. During my visit it displayed nature sounds and pictures, so did not see any soup opera on it.
Food: fish is baked in the fireplace, cut and prepared in the open kitchen so you can observe if you wish. Everything is 100% fresh. They serve simple meal, this is not haute couture cuisine, but fed and happy you will certainly be. They also have one option for dessert- fresh baked pie and decent coffee. It is a cosy place to dine on your own, with children, for senior couples. As for a bunch of loud friends or ego trips? Maybe not. This is a place for soul, not for show off. Thumbs up.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included