I had lunch here once. There were no lunch specials but the prices on the a la carte menu were very reasonable. They have an English menu, but it may not be as up to date as the Lithuanian menu. I ordered something from the English menu, and she pointed to something on the Lithuanian menu and it was a 2 lits more expensive than what I had originally ordered. Apparently the original thing was not available but the item she suggested was similar. It was tasty, although the portion size was a bit small and I was still a bit hungry after eating my entree. It might be a good idea to order soup or a salad as well as a main course.
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