Restaurant - Museum Gabi

From the tourist street Pilies, there is the equally interesting Svento Mikolo Street, which leads to the Church of St. Michael, the Bernardine monastery and the famous Church of St. Anne. There is also an old craft house, where the Gabi restaurant was opened in 1994, which is interesting for its distinctive historical interior. Restored 18th century frescoes with natural motives, fragments of ceilings with wooden beams, brick vaults of the basement rooms and other carefully preserved elements of antiquity give the restaurant a special charm. It can be safely recommended to lovers of European and Lithuanian cuisine. To cater to visitors with different tastes, the chefs prepare grilled dishes and serve them with original sauces of dates, spinach or sun-dried tomatoes. The choice is truly rich: poultry, pork, beef, fish and vegetarian dishes.

Šv. Mykolo g. 6, Vilnius 01124Google Maps
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I-V: 11:30-22:00
VI-VII: 12:00-22:00


-10% discount for check with Vilnius Pass (Discount is not given for the alcoholic beverages, tobacco and offers with promotion)