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DINING EQUUS


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(in Pullman Riga Old Town Hotel) 24 Jékaba iela, tel. 67815440, 12.00–23.00. Breakfast 06.30–11.00. www.equus.lv The fabled Baron Munchausen, who was keen to tell em- bellished tales about his adventures around the world, allegedly kept his horse stables right where the hotel restaurant Equus (Latin for ‘horse’), stands today. The subtle and elegant interior is thoroughly Scandinavian, combining warm wood, sober brick walls and neutral natural colours in a chic tribute to local patterns. The adaptable restaurant rooms, for their part, are divided by glass doors, which can be closed for small, intimate gatherings or left open for larger events. Try out their set evening menu, by taking part in small and informal tasting sessions with the chefs in an open kitchen before settling down at your table. Equus also serves small snacks and appetisers in line with the popular Spanish tapas. More than 20 sorts of exclusive tea are served in their ‘Tea Deli’ tearoom. FAZENDA BAZÅRS


14 Baznîcas iela, tel. 67240809, 08.00–23.00. www.fazenda.lv Grandma’s country house in the middle of the city cen- tre, with a small market selling local hand-selected ber- ries, fruits, vegetables and greens at the entrance. Old local grandma recipes are turned into full course eco- local menu. Also pastas, woks and additional thumbs up for their homemade desserts and bakery. Liked the bakery? Head to the Fazenda Boulangerie around the corner, for a vast selection of scrumptious, crunchy little pirågi and bulciñas, as well as weighable takeaway local herb teas. FAZENDA BAZARS II


7 Nometñu iela, tel. 67616196, 09.00–last guest, Sat 10.00–last guest, Sun 11.00–last guest. www.fazenda.lv The second ‘Grandma’s country house’ is located in the picturesque old Agenskalns neighbourhood. Same retro worn-out, granny’s jam-scented interior, daily prepared bread and pastries. Also very affordable day menu with salads + Italian-style gastro-sandwiches, plus creative evening a la carte menu. If you are looking for that very special local feeling, peculiar cuisine, handmade interior, and particular location—it is the greatest delight! K|I|D*


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41/43 Térbatas iela, mob. tel. 20268686, 08.00–23.00, Fri 08.00–24.00, Sat 10.00–24.00, Sun 10.00–23.00. www.restaurantkid.lv The signature traits of K|I|D*are freshness and light- ness. Both in terms of the elegant, Nordic-style inte- rior, and the menu, that combines the best of European cuisine. A favourite of early risers, people on business lunches, families with children and, of course, late-night diners. Open since 2008, it can easily be labeled as a ‘Great Find’—frequented by the locals and foreigners to get a feel for the city’s atmosphere and undercurrents.


4 Andrejostas iela, mob.tel. 27757255, 11.00–01.00, Thr, Fri, Sat 11.00–03.00. www.koyarestaurant.com The Andrejsala boat repair shop is now one of the posh- est restaurant/clubs with a large terrace and a tremen- dous Daugava river view. Enormously popular among Lat- vian golden youth. Creative European cuisine, specialises in game dishes—probably the only restaurant offering os- trich carpaccio and ostrich burgers. Also serves as a bar. LOCALE


8 Grécinieku iela, tel. 66119677, 12.00–23.00. www.locale.lv This elegant two-storey restaurant’s concept is profound trans-Mediterranean cuisine, using local produce. Main dishes by Andre (who worked in Michelin restaurants) and confectionery by a Greek chef. Wine degustations, the finest confectionery to order. Also serves Sunday brunch. MELNIE MËKI (The Black Monks)


1 Jåña Séta (K-3), tel. 67215006, 12.00–02.00. www.melniemuki.lv Ruggedness of the bare medieval brick smoothly fuses with the finesse of modern polished wood and textiles, the result, is a very sophisticated and contemporary style. NIKLAVS


1 Mårsta¬u iela, tel. 67820200, 09.00–22.00. www.restoransniklavs.lv Eco-minimalistic interior and fine-but-filling fish/meat European menu by chef Sarmîte Neimane in the heart of Old Riga. Also special seasonal twist on Latvian tradition- al cuisine. Scrumptious home-made ice cream, or goat cheese cake for dessert. Two special seasonal gourmet dishes every day. Cost-effective business menu. Receive a 20% discount on Latvian dishes upon showing the ad- vertisement on page 55. OLIVERS


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9 Antonijas iela, tel. 67855998, 10.00–23.00. Closed Sun. fb.com/oliversrestorans Their concept chef Francisco Cortez /Portugal/ together with Le Cordon Bleu alumni Jelena Hotjanovica has accomplished a beautiful sea- sonal menu: expert steaks, filling Mediterranean salads with home-made sauces, saxon fish’n’chips, gourmet ‘fish cake’, quiche a’la Provence—also vraiment French patis- serie. Jelena’s sister Kate, as a wine expert, assures your meal is perfectly matched with the wine! OSTAS SKATI (River View) &


15 Matrožu iela, mob. tel. 26693693, 09.00–22.00, Fri 09.00–last client, Sat 13.00–last client, Sun 11.00–21.00. www.ostasskatirestorans.lv You can go down the river bank and paddle about in the Daugava. A carefree view over the river, trading port and famous Riga silhouette. Light seasonal grill dishes and a la carte menu. Also serves breakfast. Start Sunday mornings with ease by enjoying a refined brunch (11.00–15.00)!


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