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|review=Balti Drambliai is probably the most known vegetarian place in town, and one of the oldest. It has been known for attracting creative folks, new age hippies, and just people who wanted to meditate at their veg meal under the vibes of relaxing music.  The food is not bad, but not extraordinary. I have been there many times, and I think they did better in their early years, but now they lost some kind of quality and genuine feeling of the preparation of their meals.  Vegan options marked separately, but check for honey, last time I was there it was included in one or two vegan options.  I also think they the portions are too small, and too pricy for their size. Pros: location, vegan options marked, relaxing atmosphere. Cons: small portions, more flavours needed, slow staff...  
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|review=Balti Drambliai is probably the most known vegetarian place in town, and one of the oldest. It has been known for attracting creative folks, new age hippies, and just people who wanted to meditate at their veg meal under the vibes of relaxing music.  The food is not bad, but not extraordinary. I have been there many times, and I think they did better in their early years, but now they lost some kind of quality and genuine feeling of the preparation of their meals.  Vegan options marked separately, but check for honey, last time I was there it was included in one or two vegan options.  I also think they the portions are too small, and too pricy for their size. Pros: location, vegan options marked, relaxing atmosphere. Cons: small portions, more flavours needed, slow staff... P.S. LGBT people might avoid their place as Balti Drambliai was involved in some sort of an incident when in summer 2013 they throw away Pride festival's leaflets which resulted in harsh criticism from Lithuanian LGBT community.
 
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|user=Sigurdas
 
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Restaurant name: Balti Drambliai

Address: address::Vilniaus 41, In city::Vilnius

Cuisine type: Vegness::Vegetarian Olive green check.svg

Website: website::http://www.baltidrambliai.lt

Phone number: +370 650 90469

Opening times: I-V 11-24, V 11-04, VI 11-02, VII 12-24


Last checked

last checked::2013/07/20 (please change the date if your visit was more recent)

Reviews


Balti Drambliai is probably the most known vegetarian place in town, and one of the oldest. It has been known for attracting creative folks, new age hippies, and just people who wanted to meditate at their veg meal under the vibes of relaxing music. The food is not bad, but not extraordinary. I have been there many times, and I think they did better in their early years, but now they lost some kind of quality and genuine feeling of the preparation of their meals. Vegan options marked separately, but check for honey, last time I was there it was included in one or two vegan options. I also think they the portions are too small, and too pricy for their size. Pros: location, vegan options marked, relaxing atmosphere. Cons: small portions, more flavours needed, slow staff... P.S. LGBT people might avoid their place as Balti Drambliai was involved in some sort of an incident when in summer 2013 they throw away Pride festival's leaflets which resulted in harsh criticism from Lithuanian LGBT community., Sigurdas, 10+ visits