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DINING


finesse is embodied in his own establishment. The idea is simple—contemporary cuisine using local seasonal products, fish and game. Petite menu from the freshest local gifts of nature—’just-trust-the-chef’ formula works perfectly here. Everything from berry drinks to alcoholic beverages is home-made and represents Latvia at its tastiest. Everything mentioned is framed within beautiful centuries aged Old Riga storage house.


american T.G.I. FRIDAY’S


6 Ka¬˚u iela (K-3), tel. 67229070, 12.00–00.00. Riga International Airport, tel. 67350206. www.rrg.lv Find your reason to visit Friday’s in Riga! More than ten years experience in Latvia. Bartenders compete in T.G.I. Friday’s World Bartenders Championship, come and watch the flair! From Sunday ‘till Thursday 17.00–19.00 Happy Hours for more than 100 cocktails. High food safety standards and quality products. Every season new promotions, parties and celebrations with birthday specials. Delivery service and full menu available for take away (in Airport as well). Reservations for big groups. Welcome to T.G.I. Friday’s!


belgian BON VIVANT (Belgian Beer Cafe)


8 Mårsta¬u iela (L-3), tel. 67226585. 11.00–01.00, Sat, Sun 13.00–02.00. www.bon-vivant.lv Certainly the first and only gastro pub, pardon, gastro ‘brasserie’ in Riga. The best choice of Belgian beers—in itself a gastronomic experience—more than 30 sorts! Beers on tap: Hoegaarden, Kriek Belle Vue, Leffe Blond and Leffe Brune as well as De Koninck. Epicurean fan- tasies of Belgian and European cuisine, presented by wonder-chef Andrey Kudravets, brings that gentle gour- met satisfaction. Rest assured, the traditional brasserie attributes, such as sports TV and laid-back atmosphere are still there! Try his solyanka in rye bread, steaks and salads. Favoured by local big business bosses. Group discounts available. KWAKINN


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2 Gleznotåju iela, mob. tel. 27181609, 12.00–01.00, Fri, Sat 12.00–02.00. fb.com/Kwakinn.Riga/ The brasserie emphasises the Belgian ‘holy trinity’— moules, frites & biere. More than 200 beer kinds, among them more than 20 on tap including rare trappistes (specialty beer made by monks in monasteries using medieval recipes). They claim that their mussels are the freshest in town and never defrosted. Also handcrafted sausages, thick and chewy Belgian waffles and other sim- ple pleasures made by their skilful chef Andrey (worked also in French brasseries). Sports TV and daily offers. Bon chic bon genre!


italian ANTICA ROMA


6 Pulkv. BrieΩa iela, tel. 67334170, 11.30–24.00. Closed Sun. Operating since 1999. Offers Italian cuisine made of 100% Italian ingredients. Don’t miss out on the new enormous 60-pizza menu. Unique Mr. Tonyo selection of exclusive all Italian regional products, from cheeses, oils, pastas and sauces to beverages such as wines, liquors, coffee and lemonades. CASA NOSTRA


10b Elizabetes iela, tel. 66956609, 11.00–23.00. fb.com: Casa Nostra Riga If you fancy it real, then treat yourself to a meal at this Italian family owned trattoria, with pizzaiolo and chef from Calabria. The charming owners, Sandra and Adriano, handcrafted the interior with family mementos (among them the original armours from the 1958 Ben Hur movie) and are always around to make sure you are satisfied. Traditional antipasti table, day menu, vero pizza Italiano, pastas and desserts, meticulous wine selection. Easy and yummy, heart-breakingly welcoming (even with pets who also will be fed!)—praiseworthy! DA SERGIO


65 Térbatas iela, tel. 67312777, 11.00–23.00. www.dasergio.lv Simple, charming and friendly, as a real trattoria should be. Dishes made according to different Italian regional recipes are absolutely autentico (the countless awards of the chef are the clear evidence). Famous award-winning crunchy-juicy margarita and merluzzo Napoleone. MONTEROSSO


9 Va¬ñu iela (J-3), tel. 67507170, 12.00–24.00. www.monterosso.lv One of the oldest restaurants in Riga, established in 1913, re-opened in 2000, this smart old-timer invites you to relish that elegant and classy glow of old Europe restaurants. Absolutely veritable Italian cuisine, offering a variety of selections with a few hints of contemporary flavours are on French chef Patrick Pages’ menu. P.S.: They claim their wine cellar maintains the best selection of wines in town! NAPLES


2k-2 Andrejostas iela, mob.tel. 25775540, 12.00–24.00. www.firstdacha.com Whimsy wooden home-restaurant on the industrial/ romantic island of Andrejsala. Simple, yet playful interior and location cuts you completely off of the city buzz, put- ting you in a charming country-house romance with all- season-marvellous Daugava view. Homemade pizzas and pastas, freshly baked bread, salads. Young chefs use local produce. The restaurant works as a summer lounge for the First Dacha glamorous crowd. Swimming pool,


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