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    Forto dvaras: Local cuisine

    by sihi Updated Sep 10, 2014

    Forto dvaras is restaurant of traditional Lithuanian cuisine located in the centre of Druskininkai, near lake. Typical dishes of different regions of Lithuania are presented in menu. Potatoe dishes like Cepelinai or dumplings are very popular.

    Lithuanian alcoholic drinks are also in offer - vodkas, beer.

    Local potatoe Cepelinas
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  • It was terrible service and tasteless cepelinies: It was terrible service and tasteless cepelinies

    by LanaLavina Written Jun 14, 2012

    We have waited for half of hour for a waiter.
    When we wanted to leave a restaraunt the waiter gave to us a carte and in five minutes she has taken an order.
    We waited for 50 minutes for cepelnies! for me and my son.. but my husband was left without his ordered dish.
    When in 1,5 hours we would like to leave the restaraunt in second time: they gave to us the cepelinies for my husband... we asked for a bill, we didn't want to wait more hours here..
    The cepelinies was terrible: thick layer of dough (bad cooked), which was more flour than potato, and very little meat
    Never we'll visit one more time.

    Favorite Dish: Fuu..

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    Kavine Nostalgija: With a view over a lake

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The main advangage of this cafe and restaurant was its location at the western bank of Drukonis lake that meant nice view over the lake from a terrace on the second floor.

    HOURS
    Mon - Thu: 8.00 am - 1o.00 pm
    Fri - Sun: 8.00 am - 11.00 pm

    Favorite Dish: I ordered only Lithuanian beer: draught (draft) Kalnapilis beer and coffee with milk. Well, beer was OK although not the best one in Lithuania, coffee was hmm... drinkable.

    CAFE  ON THE LEFT,  LAKE  ON  THE RIGHT (OUT)
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    Picerija Saulegraza: Good for budget visitors

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    It was 3 in 1: pizzeria, cafe and restaurant. I decided to eat something light just there because there were tables put outside (and roofed) and first of all because it was not empty. I though that longer-time visitors who ate there knew the place. And indeed, it was good and very inexpensive choice.

    DESIGN
    Wooden tables and benches put outside under a roof - not very comfortable but OK.

    MENU
    At first our waitress gave us menu in Russian, not in English. Well, Polish language is definetely more similar to Russian than English. As my English is better than Russian, I asked for English menu.

    SERVICE
    Very fast and accurate. Hmm... Lithuanian spoken only.

    HOURS
    Mon.-Sun.: 10.00 am - midnight.

    WARNING
    Credit cards are NOT accepted.

    Favorite Dish: I ordered:
    1. broth with ravioli - 2.50 Lt
    2. Greek salad - 3.00 Lt
    3. Dumplings stuffed with meat - 1.50 Lt x 2 = 3.00 Lt
    4. Utenos large beer - 3.50 Lt
    Total: 12.00 Lt (€ 3.62; US$4.36; 16.80 Polish zl).
    The best was number 1 and 3 - my recommendations!

    URSZULA  WITH  UTENOS  BEER  AND... GREEK  SALAD
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    Picerija Saulegraza: Lithuanian big dumpling :-)

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Picerija Saulegraza except rather Italian pizza and international cuisine offered a few typical Lithuanian dishes including Lithuanian huge dumplings (cold beet soup, pancakes as well).

    Favorite Dish: Dumplings stuffed with meat for only 1.50 Lt were hot and very tasty. They were very large and oval in shape.

    Lithuanian homemade dumplings (usually in plural: "pirogi" in Russian, "pierogi" in Polish) were baked in the oven (country style) and stuffed with meat (minced pork of beef), onion, some special spices. Sometimes they were stuffed with forest mushrooms and/or grated cabbage as well. Recipe: here

    LITHUANIAN  HUGE  DUMPLING
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    Picerija Saulegraza: Lithuanian soups

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Picerija Saulegraza except rather Italian pizza and international cuisine offered a few typical Lithuanian dishes including Lithuanian soups like broth with ravioli and cold beet soup (2.00 Lt). There were cheese soup (3.00 Lt) and broth with tost available. Add here soup of the day (ask waiter) for only 1.00 Lt.

    Favorite Dish: Broth with ravioli (with meat) for 2.50 Lt tasted yummy. Warning: broth was always served hot, even very hot in Lithuania, just like it should be.

    BROTH  WITH  RAVIOLI
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    Picerija Saulegraza: Surprisingly good beer

    by matcrazy1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Picerija Saulegraza offered one kind of Lithuanian draught (draft) beer which was called UTENOS. A few costumers already ordered that beer so I decided to follow them. And it was surprisingly good choice.

    Utenos was pale lager that was the world's most popular style of beer like common Carlsberg, Heineken and Budweiser. Utenos was brewed by Utenos (Baltic Beverages Holdings) in Utena (100 km north of Vilnius).

    Favorite Dish: Large glass (0.5 l = 16.91 oz) of Utenos beer costed only 3.50 Lt (€ 1.06; US$ 1.27; 4.90 Polish zl).

    UTENOS  BEER
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    Cili pica: Deliciuos food, but quite slow service

    by turistauk Written Apr 6, 2008

    Restaurant is in same building like Druskininkai Aqua Park, so it's easy to find it.
    Menus are very clear, prices not very big, but service are quite slow (in summer).
    Very good, that I was allowed to visit restaurant with dog (German shepherd).

    Favorite Dish: You should try pizza HAVAJU (Hawaii), dumplings with cheese and Italian griddlecakes.

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    Sicilija: Cozy little Italian restaurant

    by sigthor_egle Written Mar 24, 2008

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    Since we got fed up of disgusting pizzas in Lithuanian chain "Cili pica", we decided to go to real Italian pizzeria. The atmosphere is rather cozy over there and it seems like a busy little restaurant. The location is also perfect - it's in the center of town, just in front of "Druskininkai Spa" pools and hotel.
    Unfortunately, a waiter did not speak English, so once again Egle had to be a translator :)

    Apparently, pepperoni is not very well known ingredient in Lithuania and pepperoni pizza had tasteless sausage on it and there was no pizza sauce on the pizza, but note this does not mean that the restaurant is bad. It only means that Lithuanians have a lot to learn to make a pizza.

    Egle had turkey salad, the meat and vegetables were very good but the lettuce itself was bitter and ruined all the taste. We don't recommend those two dishes.

    It might be that we are very picky and difficult customers because other people seemed to be enjoying their food and drinks. Should note that Sigthor does not like any restaurant in Lithuania :) more or less.

    P.S. We have heard that the owner of Sicilija (there are 2 Sicilijas in Druskininkai) is Italian.

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    Kolonada: Something nice for you lunch

    by sigthor_egle Updated Feb 17, 2008

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    When my dad & me entered the restaurant "Kolonada" it was daytime in February, but they had rather loud classical music playing from stereos (it's not techno, so it's not so bad, is it?). I guess, the owners of renewed (2004) cafe/restaurant wants us to remind traditions of this building: it used to be an arbour where people had a chance to listen to concerts inbetween two World Wars.

    The service was rather good, a waiter was polite and fast. We had day soup (mashed champignons) which was okay and Ceasar salad, the chicken breast was a bit dry but eatable, maybe it would be better with salmon?. I've also noticed they had pizzas in menu, like in every other place in Lithuania.

    List of evening performances in Kolonada (only in Lithuanian ) : http://www.kolonada.lt/?id=05240154138&lid=lt

    Kolonada
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    Cukraus Vata. Popkornas.: Not at all my recommendation

    by matcrazy1 Updated Oct 22, 2006

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    I found this mobile food trailer at western bank of Druskonis Lake. It was not at all my recomendation but if you are hungry, on low budget and NOT on low calory diet... Well, let's say... I wasn't hungry.
    It was rather good for kids going to nearby circus.

    Favorite Dish: None. But if you like... they offered:
    1. candyfloss (cotton candy, fairy floss) - a large soft ball of white sugar in the form of thin threads sold on a stick. Warning: it's very sweet!. Well, is my explanation clear?
    2. popcorn with salt sold in plastic mugs. Who doesn't know it? Well, just in case... they are seeds of maize (a type of grain) which are heated until they burst open and become soft and light.
    Both "dishes" were very cheap.

    CANDYFLOSS  OR  POPCORN ?
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    Cafe of the sanatorium "Lietuva": Superb deal for budget travellers!

    by Aphrous Updated Feb 25, 2006

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    Perfect place to dine on a low budget. Cafe doesn't have any signboard outside, it is not widely known even to locals :)
    This cafe is kinda' remain of the soviet times, same as whole sanatorium.
    You can find the menu in lithuanian, english, polish, russian and german.
    Cuisine contains all the main lithuanian national dishes.
    You'll pay 6-12 Lt (~1,8-3,5 EUR/ ~2,2-4,3 USD) for the main dish, up to 5 Lt for the salad and ~3 Lt for 0,5 liter of lithuanian beer ;) Prices are notably less than average in the town, and far away from what you will pay in the capital city.
    Food is appetizing, some of it microwaved as in most of the cafes around though.
    But i have to commend the place: worth to visit. I bet you'll come back over there again ;)

    How to find it? Come inside the sanatorium through the main entrance, take right, then go upstairs and you'll see the sign "Kavine". That's the place ;)

    Favorite Dish: Cutlet "Kastonas" (eng. "conker") - really good main dish ;)

    Cafe of the sanatorium green triangle marks the place
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