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DINING


Russian ‘zastolye’ way—propose a toast, drinking and eat afterwards, repeat same procedure as many times as you can handle! For Fri/Sat reserve beforehand.


vegetarian FAT PUMPKIN


11a Grecinieku iela, tel. 67304069, 10.00–22.00, Fri, Sat 10.00–23.00, Sun 12.00–22.00. fb.com: fatpumpkin Breaking of concepts! The words ‘vegetarian’, ‘vegan’ and ‘raw food’ always sounded a bit unappealing to me. When people told me ‘greens and veggies are the real food’, I replied them ‘no way’! But, you know what? When combined and done properly—it is satisfactory, over- whelming and incredibly yummy, even for robust meat eaters such as myself! The Fat Pumpkin, tiny restaurant is a rare catch, revealing green gourmet in Riga. Also vegan-raw food creme brûlee, power balls, an endless list of raw food smoothies, super food, seasonal and eco local. Praises for keeping the concept straight go to chef and owner Karina Lynch. MERCATO TEATRI


25 Laçpléša iela, mob. tel. 29118088, 12.00–19.00 Closed Sun, Mon. fb.com/MercatoRiga Located in the yard of the legendary New Riga Theatre, this Mercato vegetarian & fish brunch is a pearl to explore. Emblematic Rigan Bohemian interior is nothing less than the continuation of the theatrical stage. The shabby chic ambience, fireplace and lovely theatre yard view gives you an immediate taste of local intelligencia. All meals are bal- anced out so well, they bring satisfaction to even the most die hard meat lovers. Also sells Latvian craft souvenirs. MIIT


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10 Låçpléßa iela, 10.00–19.00, Thr 10.00–21.00, Fri, Sat 10.00–02.00. Closed Sun. www.miit.lv See also Shopping: Concept Shops, Dining: Specialty Coffee. So cool we had to mention this place twice. Not only the homiest live performances, but also one of the most creative vegetarian menus, which easily can turn meat- eaters to greenies. Vegetarian pastas, salads, burgers, soups in the manner of almost every world cuisine, wow- yummy and surprisingly filling. Additional “bravo” for the pastry shop, tarts, cakes, pies, cookies, all home-made to be enjoyed with local quality-crazy Andrito filtered coffee brand. Kitchen works until late. Cheerful young tat- tooed hipster-staff, all is refreshingly affordable. Personal gratitude! Keep it up guyz! RÅMA


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56 K. Barona iela, tel. 67274134, 10.00 - 19.00. Closed Sun. This Hare Krishna eatery isn’t as cheap as the simple shabby Krishna establishment should be. Still, we have to admit that it certainly has its constant clients among Riga’s bohemia, businessmen, hipsters and yuppies. The food is prepared according to Krishna traditions.


33 Bruñinieku iela, tel. 67292270, 11.00–23.00, Fri, Sat 11.00 -last client. Jürmala, Majori, 48 Jomas iela, tel. 66102222. www.restorans-uzbekistan.lv The chef Tajibaev Arhol, who brought his cooks, recipes, spices as well as a special authentic atmosphere from distant Tashkent. You are obliged to try out ‘plov’, which is prepared in authentic ‘casan’ and is a quintessence of the Middle East cuisine. Also salads, appetizers (such as aubergine wraps and homemade sausage ‘Kazi’) and home-made Asian sweets, made from honey, paper-thin dough layers and nuts, that should be enjoyed with an airy 95th


green tea. wok DADA


16 Audéju iela (K-4), tel. 67104433, 10.00–24.00. www.sushi.lv Inspired by dadaism, it is a complete anarchy of design and freedom of choice! Each waiter’s uniform is individually designed and is an art-work on its own; also—you won’t find any matching knife or fork here. The


www.rigathisweek.lv/restaurants soviet gourmet RASOLS. POST-SOVIET CONCEPT CAFE


9 Strélnieku iela, mob. tel. 20257898, 10.00–23.00, 11.00–last client, Sun 11.00–21.00. fb.com/cafe.rasols We know you are spoiled by the epicurean Riga dining scene and how desperate you are, striving to flabbergast yourself! Check out this shiny pearl with a strong person- ality and self-ironic concept. Family owned and operated, Rasols is a delusive, expensive kitsch, bringing together soviet Art Deco, Petersburg intelligentsia apartment and NYC loft ambience, fascinating vintage and antique ob- jects, local art and only vinyl music on the background. Amazing Russian/Latvian/soviet cuisine is elevated to the complete gourmet level. Try their soups, soviet tapas with homemade vodka, large choice of soviet-inspired cocktails. Also selected wines and craft beer. Dazzling!


uzbek UZBEGIMS


10b Elizabetes iela, tel. 66103334, 10.00–23.00, Fri, Sat. 11.00–24.00, Sun 11.00–23.00. www.uzbegims.lv True Eastern rich and cosy atmosphere and service. Same terms can be used to describe the food: gener- ous portions, selected ingredients, beautiful appear- ance. Whatever you choose, thin-dough steamed lamb/ beef dumplings, spicy soups or multilayered honey pakhlava for dessert, everything is expertly prepared by Uzbek staff. Order the core meal of the Middle-Eastern cuisine—plov, always served by the special plov chef. UZBEKISTANA


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