Went here to eat on the basis that it was close to our hotel and had good reviews on Trip Advisor, We were not disappointed. The interior was rather dark (there is a large open-air terrace at the back), lots of photographs on the walls - and the whole place reminded me on an old English pub. The food was varied, but with a strong Lithuanian emphasis. I had a lovely bowl of borsch, followed by that East European speciality - potato pancakes. The dessert was a bit less 'local' - not sure why it needed to be New York rather than Lithuanian cheese cake?? Service was a little haphazard - but done with a smile. We had a good evening and happy to recommend the place.
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