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Vilnius Restaurant Crawl Through the Newest Places

pachamamaGet Your Taste Buds Ready for a Surprise in Vilnius

No journey is complete without diving into the local food scene. Traditional cuisine, surprising flavours, and recognisable dishes with a local twist that make you ooh and aah. Loosen your belt and get ready for the latest places to enjoy the best, most interesting, or coolest dinner on your trip to Vilnius.

Book a tasting dinner at Nineteen18 for an exceptional gastronomic adventure. The restaurant in the new Hotel Pacai pays close attention to Vilnius’ culinary heritage. Most of the produce used in their dishes comes from local farmers less than 100 km from the restaurant. Moreover, Chef Matas Paulinas takes his experience gained working in Michelin Star restaurants like Noma to create an authentic menu based on local history, traditional foods served in unexpected ways, and a slow-living lifestyle. There are only 27 tables, so plan ahead.

Take a glimpse into the region’s nostalgic and colourful past at Hotel Pacai’s 14 Horses Brasserie, no matter the time of day. Your breakfast, lunch, or dinner is guaranteed to be a creative reflection of Lithuanian and Baltic traditions, and will be made with local seasonal ingredients. Combine it with craft beer or cider from across the Baltics and it’s a perfect match. For a pre-party or an after-party and a quick snack, just pop in next door to Sofija Bar, which offers classic and modern cocktails, local craft beers, and spirits from artisanal Baltic distilleries.

Are you in for something more traditional? Head to Queensbury, a restaurant and winery offering the best of Lithuanian cuisine: various potato dishes, traditional dumplings, cold beetroot soup, duck, and eel dishes. If you’re a wine aficionado, this is the perfect place for new discoveries: the restaurant offers up to 50 varieties of Lithuanian wine. Have you ever tried quince wine? If not, here’s your chance.

Travel to Peru in minutes thanks to the city’s newest hip dinner club Pachamama. The biophilic interior invites you to relax and forget about day-to-day stress. You’re in for fresh seafood, steaks, South American staple snacks, and ceviche,all of which are made with organic products. Pro tip: some of the coolest parties happen here.

Wherever you eat, bon appetite, or skanaus (now that you’re fluent in Lithuanian)!