we walked into this place because of recomdndation from friends. And I have go say: service was friendly, crepes were tasty and their specialty "king cake" was really outstanding. it is a great place for breakfast or lunch.
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This cute cafe serves traditional Lithuanian lunch options - most famous for their "lietiniai blynai" the thin crepes with a variety of different fillings. Their staff speak English, and they have English menus as well as it's located on the famous touristy Pilies street. Besides...More
It is on the pretty Pilies street. It has lovely inside and outside seating. The service is friendly and good. A good spot to stop for refreshments.
Ok, the food here was amazing! But this hole experience was ruined by the rude and arrogant waitresses. I experienced that in the baltics you cannot expect the same warm welcome and service as in eg the States, but these girls were just horrible. They...More
Attractive traditional rustic decor. Open until 23.00. Try apple strudel or tarte tatin or apple pie. Freshly made and delicious hot or cold with or without vanilla ice cream. Go solo or meet friends. Couple of tables outside but the charm is inside. No wifi!...More
Decorated in period décor to match it's location in the centre of the old town giving it a quaint/ intimate feel. Very good beverage list & food menu. Food was well presented & service professional
Friends recommended this place and I am so happy that we went there for dinner. While it is not a fancy place the food and the service was excellent.
Pilies Kepiklele is a cozy, intimate café on the busy Pilies street. A window or patio seat on a sunny day will let you watch the whole world passing by. We followed elegant elderly ladies into this café and returned for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea,...More