Valgomasis is a small family restaurant. The facade of the restaurant is not attractive, but the interior is cozy and homey. The restaurant only serves lunch, Sunday brunch and caters private events. There was a good selection of the 70s/80s music playing in the background.
I made a reservation by email. Then, they sent an English menu in advance to check if I had any dietary restrictions on the day of my visit.
The restaurant offers a very simple menu. The daily menu is listed on the wall but only in Lithuanian. The waitress was sweet and approachable.
I ordered a cabbage soup and a pearl couscous porridge with a minced beef patty and cucumber tomato bean salad for lunch.
While I was waiting for my food, I was served a sweet, dense bread with hummus, which was nice as it was different from the usual butter.
The cabbage soup was hearty with a hint of sweet, creamy note.
The vibrant colors of the pearl couscous porridge were very appetizing. The beef patty was well done, accompanied by a lovely light peppery cream sauce, which balances out the overall flavors of the dish.
What I loved about this restaurant is the different uses of ingredients and flavors. The service and quality of the food exceed the price. The restaurant is a distance away from the old town but totally worth the trip!
Cabbage soup with sour cream €2
Pearl couscous porridge, minced beef patty with black pepper sauce and cucumber tomato bean salad € 5.50
Raspberry tart €2
Opening hours: Tuesday – Friday 11 a.m. – 14:00 p.m
Address: Muitinės g. 43, Vilnius 03109, Lithuania
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Great post 🙂