Wine & Dine Guide

  • 2017-01-11

FERMA restaurant is a long-awaited project by chef Maris Astics, where one can try local products – wild venison, Baltic salmon, shrimp grown in Latvia, dry aged beef from Latvia, as well as Latvia’s Culinary Heritage. Located in the so-called Quiet Centre of the city, opposite the Viesturdarzs Park, it is embedded in the atmosphere of middle-class lifestyle and leisurely pleasures typical of this neighborhood of Riga. The architectural and artistic aspect of the restaurant’s interior is a fine example of genuine original design and an ode to functional modernism of the middle of the 20th century, with some refined and exquisite Art Deco accents. The synthesis of well thought-out practical and aesthetic solutions serves a single purpose – complementing and prolonging the guest’s pleasure from the time spent at the restaurant.

Each visit to FERMA restaurant is like an educational gastronomical adventure. Choose the role of a spectator and follow the culinary mystery played out for your benefit in the open kitchen – or book the Chef’s Table with a company of friends and learn all the secrets of modern gastronomy, nuances of restaurant etiquette, and answers to any culinary questions you may have in a personal conversation with the head figures of FERMA restaurant. And yet the best way to learn is definitely through enjoying the flavors – the genuine flavors of nature.

A meal without wine is like a beautiful woman with only one eye. This ancient gastronomical wisdom is well known at FERMA restaurant, where the guests are offered a great choice of exclusive wines at very friendly prices. The restaurant’s own enoteca allows them to surprise the sophisticated wine-lover with a truly wide selection.
Grab your date or friends to enjoy the food and atmosphere at this perfect dining place – the address is: 7 Valkas Street, Riga, or call the restaurant staff at +371 22009000 for information or for table booking.