Bordering Poland, Latvia and Belarus, Lithuania is uniquely placed as an alternative destination for tourists and foodies alike. The capital Vilnius features some of the most impressive architecture in the region including Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. The country has been progressing as a foodie capital, with chefs re-imagining Baltic cuisine. Distancing themselves from the obvious, chefs are creating dishes from the simplest of produce, like those growing in people’s back yards.
In this year’s 30 Lithuania’s best restaurants list, we see restaurants implementing their own twist on Lithuanian cuisine and here are the top five restaurants voted for by the Good Food Academy.
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