Vilnius

Etno Dvaras

  Pilies 16      (+370) 65 61 36 88     25 Feb 2019
One of the best options for traditional Lithuanian dishes in Old Town, this is a jolly, warm-hearted, meat-and-potatoes place with welcoming cavernous rooms downstairs and window-side tables at street level. Feast and drink amongst antiquated folk utensils and cartoonish wall paintings and be served by smiling young locals in old-fashioned costumes. The potato pancakes with bacon and mushroom sauce are outstanding. Plenty of vegetarian options too.
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City centre location

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Open 11:00 - 24:00.
Also at Kubiliaus 16, Ukmergės 369 (Big), Ozo 18 (Ozas), Aušros Vartų 2.

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06.04.2014
JZ
Canada
Another hearty and tasty meal had by our group. The ceps are excellent. A must while you are in Vilnius! And reasonable prices as well.
15.12.2013
florin
forto dvaras
Excellent food, helpful staff, really nice location. I would recommend anytime. It made our getaway weekend really worth.
18.12.2009
JZ

Excellent Lithuanian food at reasonable prices. One of my favourites in Vilnius!
19.06.2008
Letitia Rydjeski

The Lithuanian menu is pages and pages long, with every kind of cepelinai and potato pancake under the sun. There's certainly variety as long as you don't require anything with vitamins in it. If you're sitting at a table located in one of the nooks or crannies, you might have to ambush and wrestle a waitress to the ground to get her attention so you can order. (No, just kidding, but I did have to stand up and discretely wave to get a very kind but harried girl to take my order. Once she took my order, the service was just fine. It was getting her to see me that took some effort.) You should try Forto Dvaras so you can tell your friends you ate cepelinai and managed to get up from the table afterward. Unless you're going out to plow a field or chop a cord of wood, you probably won't need to eat anything else for the rest of the day. All in all, a rather enjoyable "Lithuanian" experience.
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