Catering

Saloons, cafes and other places in small towns and the countryside which offer tasty dishes made of local products and on the basis of traditional Latvian recipes – ones which differ from region to region.

  • Special programmes are offered to visitors, with meals, stories about holiday and everyday traditions, and songs. Sometimes visitors are involved in preparing the food.
  • Menus use local names for dishes along with explanations and a discussion of the local dialect.
  • Providers of Latvian foods also use ethnographic styles for interior design, as well as dishes, furniture, textiles, etc., from local craftspeople.
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Kafejnica "Lasite"

The cafe is situated in Stende, approximately 12 km away from Talsi.

Distance from countries capital city113   Season1-12   Accepts individual travellers This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts tourist groups
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The “Vecgulbenes muiza” restaurant

The restaurant is in the restored stables of the Vecgulbene Estate.
Latvian cuisine: Cold summer soup, leg of lamb steak, sautéed rabbit leg, roast duck leg, strawberry soup with ice cream.

Distance from countries capital city200   Season1-12   Accepts tourist groups This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accommodation available Accepts individual travellers
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The “Klidzina” restaurant

The restaurant at the 77th kilometre of the Rīga-Daugavpils highway, on the banks of the Daugava River with a lovely view of the river valley from a summer terrace. This is a popular dining venue with a modern and attractive interior made of wood, stone and red bricks. It offers musical evenings with musicians from various genres. A shop is alongside the restaurant.

Latvian cuisine: Lettigalian sauerkraut soup, cream of wild mushroom or pumpkin soup, trout from a local stream, grilled pork, pork ribs, potato pancakes, strawberry soup with vanilla ice cream, bread soup.

For parties   Distance from countries capital city77   Season1-12   Accommodation available This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts individual travellers Electric vehicle charging available4items Accepts tourist groups
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Kafejnica "Celavejs" (t/c Sala)

The cafe is situated in the shopping centre Sala in Jekabpils, on the right back of the river Daugava. The cafe’s premises are comfortable and decorated with fresh flowers. It is a place where you can have either breakfast, dinner or supper.

Working hours: 9.00 - 20.00

Distance from countries capital city139   Season1-12   Accepts individual travellers This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts tourist groups
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The “Kucuru dzirnavas” guesthouse

The windmill building (1875) is now a museum and offers well known wedding traditions. Guests can catch fish in the local pond and then cook them.
Latvian cuisine: Sautéed cabbage, pork ribs, homemade steak haché, onion rings, Kučuri tortes, natural juices, berry beverages.
Special foods: “Kučuri rescue soup” – solyanka for hangovers.

Distance from countries capital city150   Season1-12   Accepts tourist groups Pre-order required Accommodation available
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The “Laucu akmens” restaurant

The restaurant is situated in Skulte district – 8 km away from Saulkrasti, in the direction of Minhauzen Museum. It is on a steep cliff alongside the sea, with a lovely view of the sea from the summer terrace during sunsets. The restaurant works with local fishermen, and the restaurant’s menu consists mostly of high quality local Baltic sea fish.

Latvian cuisine: Cold soup, fish soup, porridge, grey peas with bacon and onions, herring with potatoes and cottage cheese, stacked rye bread, crepes with jam, rhubarb or sea buckthorn sorbet.

Special foods: Various fish dishes – bream, pike-perch, perch, plaice, salmon and herring.

Distance from countries capital city61   Season1-12   Accepts tourist groups Accommodation available This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts individual travellers
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The “Ramkalni” café, bistro and restaurant

The venue is on the edge of the Murjāņi-Valka road (A3) and in the Gauja River Valley. It offers Latvian and Western European cuisine, as well as a shop at which you can buy local goodies and homemade treats. An active leisure park is alongside the restaurant.

Latvian cuisine: Cold soup, mushroom soup, grey peas, sautéed cabbage, steak haché, local fish, homemade ice cream, herbal teas.

Special foods: The Rāmkalni torte.

Distance from countries capital city40   Season1-12   This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts individual travellers Accepts tourist groups
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The “Celotajs” saloon

Located in the Mežotne Castle, the saloon offers fine and tasty dishes and beverages. Tours of the ornate castle are available, and the location has one of the loveliest English-style landscape parks in Latvia.

Latvian cuisine: Potato pancakes, rolled marinated herring, trout with potatoes in their jackets, blood sausage with lingonberry sauce, grey peas with bacon, stacked rye bread with cranberry jam and whipped cream.

Special foods: “Bauska Thaler” – pork in the form of a thaler with a sauce made with Bauska beer.

Distance from countries capital city76   Season1-12   This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts individual travellers Accommodation available Accepts tourist groups
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Restorans "Jekaba seta"

Atrodas galvenās Kuldīgas gājēju ielas malā. Sadarbojas ar vietējiem zemniekiem un piedavā Kurzemes novadam raksturīgus ēdienus, kā arī ēdienus no dažādu pasaules valstu receptēm.
Latviešu virtuve: Pupiņu zupa, skābu kāpostu zupa, mencas fileja, Baltijas butes fileja, marinēta cūkas fileja, cepetis.

Distance from countries capital city148   Season1-12   Accommodation available Accepts tourist groups Accepts individual travellers This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance
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The “Sturitis” café in Talsi

The café is located in the centre of Talsi, near Church Square, not far from Talsi lake.

Latvian cuisine: Bean, sorrel and chilled soup, grit or pea porridge, sautéed vegetables and meat, homemade steak haché, grey peas with bacon, pork ribs, potato pancakes, whipped fool, fruit juice gelatine with milk.

Distance from countries capital city115   Season1-12   Accepts tourist groups This destination has specific opening hours which you must determine in advance Accepts individual travellers