This restaurant is like a gigantic cafeteria, with a beer hall on the first floor, the main serving area on the main floor, and a full-service restaurant on the upper floor. The basement also has some food, but is mainly snack food for the beer-drinking crowd. There is lots of room for revelry.
The amount of interesting Latvian foods on the main floor is out-of-control. Kind of overwhelming. Chicken station, salad station, meat station, soup station, drink station, dessert station; whatever you could want, it is there. I suggest walking around without a tray first so you can make some choices, otherwise you'll be taking enough food for three people.
The food quality is excellent, and the prices are reasonable. I thought the spicy chicken kebobs were excellent, as were their signature fried potatoes. These are not deep fried, but rather done in big wok-style skillets with oil and garlic. Put a little gravy on the plate for dipping, and don't forget a soup and some pickles on the side!
The place is great fun. There's also a huge play area for kids outside. Highly recommended!
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