This legendary restaurant is a bit pricey, and you need to be in pretty good shape to get down the steep stairs and through some of the nooks and crannies. The food is often late, especially when the restaurant is full. The vibe cannot be beaten though, which is why I always find myself attracted to here like a magnet whenever I visited during the last 10 years! Eating vegetarian food in a place that probably was used for target practice by Soviet tanks 20-odd years ago is just so amazingly cool. There is a large menu, which varies from traditional Lithuanian food to brave (and sometimes failed) attempts at Asian fusion. I would recommend this place for families, students and the adventurous. Wheelchair users, high-heeled shoe wearers and anyone who likes their creature comforts too much should probably not come.
I ordered indian ''biryani'' it was so badly cooked that it's going to be my last visit there . Mass place on weekends . But... they do really good deserts and atmosphere is friendly over there, but nothing so much special
went there for saturday lunch with a friend and 7 items in the menu I tried to order were not available and the one i finally ordred took 45 minutes to make...a PIZZA!!!!