The Top 10 Restaurants in Druskininkai
Meal at Toli Toli | © Elizabeth Georgian
The ultimate spa resort town in Lithuania
, Druskininkai caters to its international visitors well with its wide variety of restaurant options. Between facials and swimming, visitors to Druskininkai
will be able to indulge in Belgian chocolate cake, Lithuanian-Asian fusion, and Uzbek cuisine.
Restaurant, Fusion, Middle Eastern, European, $$$
Toli Toli is a delicious stop for lunch or dinner. They serve a creative fusion of Lithuanian-Asian dishes as well as Mediterranean options. The menu varies day-to-day, but options might include coconut milk borscht, falafels, hummus platters, and moussaka
. They also serve coffee brewed from Crooked Nose and Coffee Story’s beans.
Restaurant, Italian, European, $$$
Sicilia is a highly rated Italian restaurant and bakery that serves pizza, soups, salads, and other main dishes. Menu highlights include turkey with cranberry sauce, chicken breast marinated in honey, and pepperoni pizza. They also serve sweet and savory breakfast items such as porridge and omelettes.
Restaurant, Northern European, European, Italian, $$$
Velvetti is another delicious option for a meal in Druskininkai. They cater to gluten-free visitors with several meal options as well as baked goods like gluten-free carrot cake. They also serve raw oysters, soup, wood-fired pizzas, and other delicious options. Do be sure to save room for a slice of one of their delicious cakes.
Cafe, Coffee Shop, Gluten-free, $$$
City Coffee is a perfect hipster oasis serving deliciously prepared Hurricane Coffee. The staff/owners are very friendly and are happy to recommend their favorite options of the day. They have several different types of cake on offer each day, but the Belgian chocolate
cake is the perfect cake for chocolate lovers.
Cafe, European, $$$
Boulangerie Druskininkai is a great stop if you are looking for a light breakfast of pastries or an afternoon snack. Their glass display case is full of numerous delectable options including spinach pastries, Lithuanian spurga
(doughnuts), cakes, cookies, and mini pizzas. Prices here are very affordable with pastries costing approximately €1 each.
Restaurant, Healthy, Middle Eastern, European, $$$
Bukhara is a very delicious restaurant that serves traditional food from Uzbekistan
. Unlike many Lithuanian restaurants, Bukhara features numerous lamb dishes such as lamb soup and lamb with rice. Additional menu items include stir-fried rice, tasty soups, pastries, and more. They also have a very affordable set lunch menu that varies daily and only costs €4.50.
Ville de Sel
Restaurant, Northern European, European, Vegetarian
Ville de Sel’s atmosphere and food is meant to help visitors continue the theme of relaxation that runs throughout Druskininkai
. Ville de Sel serves delicious food and a large selection of wine. Menu items include scrumptious bruschetta, juicy steaks, shrimp dishes, and salads for something lighter.
Restaurant, Northern European, Central American, European, $$$
Senasis Nemunas overlooks the Druskonis Lake and offers visitors a restorative meal of Lithuanian cuisine. Snack platters, both cold and hot, are great for sharing with a beer or kvass in-hand. The menu at Senasis Nemunas also features numerous fish dishes, as well as chicken, pork, and beef mains. As the cuisine is mostly Lithuanian
, you can’t have a menu without potatoes, so guests can also find several specialty potato dishes coming from all over Lithuania.
Restaurant with Rooms, North American, European, Pub Grub, $$$
is a restaurant, hotel, and live music venue, making this a great all-in-one option for those visiting Druskininkai. The restaurant serves typical European and American food such as pizza, soups, burgers, and fish dishes. They are also open for breakfast and serve porridge, eggs, pancakes, and sandwiches.
Restaurant with Rooms, Northern European, Central American, European
Located within the popular Grand Spa Lietuva
, Keturi Vejai (which translates to four winds) serves delicious food in a restaurant with large windows that give stellar views of Lithuania’s extensive pine forests. This gourmet restaurant serves a wide selection of dishes such as green pea soup with mint and salmon, lamb chops, duck confit, carrot and potato french fries, curd dumplings, and many other options. Desserts are a tantalizing mix of sweet and savory with foie gras crème brulée being one of the most unique options.