Art Nouveau meets
Soviet cuisine

RASOLS

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Why locals love it

Rasols is the name of popular potato salad from the Soviet times. But don't let this name mislead you. Although they serve Soviet style dishes (with a modern twist!), the interior of this cafe is everything but Soviet. It could be called the most eclectic interior among Riga cafes and perfectly fits the location - famous Art Nouveau district.

Why you should visit it

The cafe is owned by Liva Jaunozola who is famous for her Andele Mandele vintage fashion markets. She has hand-picked every single detail in the cafe interior and the result is a really tasteful mess, just as the name of cafe suggests ("rasols" is also used in everyday language to describe a total mix of everything).

Special tip

Try Rasols salad (potato, eggs, pickled cucumber) or traditional Siļķe kažokā / Herring in fur coat (herring, beet, eggs, potato) and chicory coffee.

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quite expensive, but great design, great pancakes and excellent atmosphere
Ondrej
Traveller
March 8, 2017

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