I went to quite a few interesting restaurants in the Baltics.
In Tallinn I had dinner at Old Hansa, a medieval restaurant. They prepare authentic medieval meals. I had a game selection – boar and elk with barley and vegetables.
I celebrated Estonia’s Day of Restoration of Independence by going to Korsaar, a pirate restaurant.
I also visited Sushi Cat, a Japanese anime-themed sushi cafe.
In Riga I visited Rozengrals, a restaurant in a candlelit cellar that was mentioned in 1293 and was used to host special events by the town hall. They only serve food that was available during the middle ages. I had duck with cherry onion sauce that was a favorite of the King of Naples in the 14th century.
I also went to Hospitalis, a hospital restaurant in Riga. The waitresses were dressed up as nurses and there was all manner of hospital pariphalnelia scattered around the restaurant, including a bathtub with goldfish in it.
In Vilnius I visited Rene, a Rene Magritte (the Belgian surrealist painter) themed restaurant. The staff wore bowler hats and gave me an envelope and said I had some mail. My cutlery was inside.