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DINING MEŽA GARŠA (Taste of Forest)


NEW


6 J. Alunåna iela, mob. tel. 27413169, 11.00–23.00, Sat 12.00–23.00, Sun 12.00–20.00. fb.com/mezagarsa Strikingly enthusiastic, personal and exceptional dining project by two experienced local restaurateurs: Andy Spunde and grill-chef pro, Ivo Lamberts (also worked for internationally acclaimed establishments). Their con- cept is based on true friendship and sous-vide grill from Latvian and Baltic forest ecological game: elk, rabbit, hare, pheasant, forest duck a.o. Also officially the only place in the Baltics serving bear steaks. Mostly all other ingredients are hand-grown at the chef’s farm. Expert wine-list is assembled by an award-winning sommelier. Their ‘hunter’s gastronomy’ cocktails are custom-made by an international competition nominee bartender. The co-owners are passionate family men, so they even have a children’s room and young chef master-classes here. Live music through weekend evenings. You want to throw Meža Garša-style gastro party at home? No problem, or- der your ingredient basket with recipe and cook it your- self. Remarkably awesome! RIBS & ROCK &


8 Ka¬˚u iela (K-3), mob. tel. 28650450. 12.00–24.00, Fri, Sat 12.00–last client. www.ribsrestaurant.lv twitter.com/RibsRestaurant Every city has a place that specialises in the art of BBQ, and in Riga, it’s Ribs & Rock—the first to offer such a wide variety of rib dishes and the only ones who serve them in the company of solid rock music. Here you’ll hear old- school favourites like Jimi Hendrix and Led Zeppelin, as well as the new classics, such as REM and U2. On Friday and Saturday nights live music, played by the best local bands. The Tex-Mex marinade makes for hot and spicy American-style ribs, while steeping ribs in garlic sauce increases their juiciness; a splash of Riga Black Balsam adds a kick of local flavour. Besides pork also serve veal, lamb and wild game. The bountiful menu is rivaled only by the ample wine list—which features an uncommonly large number of vintages that pair well with pork.


health food MR. FOX 54


34a Dzirnavu iela, mob. tel. 29277391, 07.30–18.00. Closed Sun. fb.com/mrfox.lv Superb contemporary eaters’ concept—we would even call it ‘real-life gastronomic application’, developed thanks to the girl-power of immensely experienced and amiable Anna and Karina (also arbOOz confectionary, next door). At Mr. Fox you are fine-tuning and totally adjusting your seasonal meal to your mood and vegetarian/vegan/ gluten-free/lactose-free preferences. Their menu looks like a painter’s palette, you choose the vegan base and complete it with seafood, corn chicken or tofu. They use sous-vide and stir-fry to keep all nutrients alive. Ask for


the day-cake/tarte tailor-made by arbOOz confectionary. Many healthy take-away options. Set in a snug’n’chummy mid-century chic interior. Adored by locals! DAGNIA BRUVERE TIIRS &


7 Ausek¬a iela, mob. tel. 22062429, 09.00–22.00, Sat 10.00– 22.00. Closed Sun. www.facebook.com/Dagnia-Bruvere-Tiirs The very first high level healthy gastronomy restaurant in Latvia. Located on the aristocratic Ausek¬a street, light, elegant, voguish Tiirs is absolutely immaculate. Regard- ing the choice of eco-bio ingredients, its seasonal variety and the slow-food preparation techniques (sous-vide, steaming) keep all nutrients alive. Trust the expertise of Dagnia Bruvere, patroness of the establishment: she is a dietologist for over 15 years, her legendary know-how is expressed in a nutrient-filled, take-away set for a day. Raw food, vegetarian, vegan, meat and fish, gluten-free seasonal menu includes all latest healthy eating trends. Furthermore, they even squeeze almond milk on the spot. Treat yourself to their breakfast, business or a la carte menu to explore how exquisitely yummy healthy can be. Also grande bourgeoisie cocktails, amazing confection- ary and powerballs, zumos and micro healthfood shop. RAW GARDEN


12 Skolas iela, mob. tel. 27780489, 08.00–21.00, Sat 11.00–21.00, Sun 11.00–19.00. 21 K. Barona iela, mob. tel. 24400370, 08.00–21.00, Sat 11.00–21.00, Sun 11.00–19.00. 29 Lielirbes iela, mob. tel. 25156860, 10.00–22.00 www.rawgarden.lv Riga health food restaurant pioneer, operating since 2011. Raw Garden delivers the freshest world trends in gluten, meat, fish, milk, egg free seasonal dining using also mainly local and when possible eco produce. The slick, contemporary restaurants are fully packed with ‘flexi- tarians’ (easy-going clientele, otherwise enjoying not only vegetarian/vegan diet). Sin-free confectionery, healthfood shop, smoothie/juice bar, restaurants are adepts of clean eating—a concept that stresses whole, unprocessed foods, free from additives, low in salt, fat and free from sugar. Try out their daily set menu (11.30–16.00) and the only Riga fully healthy brunches. Don’t forget to take away something from their vast ‘The Beginnings’ healthfood product array, handmade on 45Cº, using no stove or oven to keep all nutrients alive and all ingredients fresh. Also superfood power-balls and enormous Matcha tea drinks. Vigorous, fingerlickin’—phenomenal!


chinese


GOLDEN CARP &


7 Gleznotåju iela, tel. 67332355, 11.30–22.30, Sun 11.30–22.00. Credible authentic Chinese meals made by Chinese chefs. Cheerful, attentive service, local beer, sushi, variety of dim sum, soups, salads, lamb, chicken, beef meals and of course the unbeatable specialty—authentic


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