Mykolo 4, Vilnius
Mykolo 4 restaurant-bistro is named by St. Michael the Archangel, the patron of people, and it has the same name as Vilnius Old Town street, where the restaurant is located.
On a quiet street off bustling Pilies, this exceptional bistro showcases Lithuanian cuisine with seasonal ingredients and a menu inspired by bourgeoisie 19th-century recipes. It is basically a form of cuisine that incorporates the French and Polish style of cooking to Lithuanian cuisine.
The restaurant is also well-known for their hospitality and their extensive list of Nordic wines. The ambiance of the restaurant is relaxing and full of warmth. They even play some soft jazz tunes in the background that is greatly enjoyed by the customers.
Some of the must-try dishes here are the dumpling soup, lamb dishes, and the catfish. If you’re lucky you’ll catch the chef with a special offer, such as braised duck in a chocolate-wine sauce or guinea fowl fillet with strawberries. If not, the aubergine stuffed with curd cheese or the venison will do just fine.
Cozy and intimate atmosphere, relaxing music, amicable and attentive service, the world of sensory delights – it is another great choice to give yourself an unforgettable dining experience, to host your guests, to celebrate a special occasion, or just to spend great time with friends. This is the place you would wish to come back again and to give recommendations to others.
The address is Sv. Mykolo gatve 4, Vilnius. You can also contact the restaurant staff via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +370 688 222 10.