Druskininkai ([ˈdrʊsʲkʲɪnʲɪŋkɐɪ] ( listen), Polish: Druskieniki, Belarusian: Друскенiкi, Yiddish: דרוזגעניק Druzgenik) is a spa town on the Nemunas River in southern Lithuania, close to the borders of Belarus and Poland. The city of Druskininkai has a population of 23136 (2015 Census) and dates back as a spa resort to the 19th century.
Things to do in Druskininkai
3.5 based on 139 reviews
4.5 based on 501 reviews
The first Restaurant in Lithuania which has offered the traditional dishes certified by the Cookery Heritage Fund and more than 12 sorts of cepelinai. All dishes are prepared by the traditional way of production, by using the local Lithuanian products. Special features that Forto Dvaras in Druskininkai have is amazing view of Druskonis lake in the outside Terrace, delicious Lithuanian cuisine and great atmosphere.
Been in Druskinikai for a weekend. We have been at Forto Dvaras for dinner. The place was packed with SPA guests and it was rather loud. The waitresses had a hell of a job. We needed to wait for about ten minutes to get a...MoreThank you for the nice review! It's always a pleasure to hear that our customers are happy! Have a nice day and see you soon again!
4 based on 45 reviews
This restaurant was very popular 10 years ago. But now the only good thing about it is the view from the balcony. "International" menu was very special. Risotto with squid ink was terrible. I ordered mojito and got a glass full of ice and only two leaves of mint! Asked the waiting stuff about it and got the answer that it was their recept. I can bet there were also two drops of rum. The table wasn't stable and we asked to fix it - no reaction. The balcony was covered with huge spiders and net. No cards payment. Only cash.
4.5 based on 736 reviews
4 based on 168 reviews
The food scene in Druskininkai is improving and that good sign. The House is a nice place in good location with good food and very good service, at least our waiter was really polite. Main courses were very good however the appetizers were a bit over salted. Waiter did acknowledged that and the discount for the dish were reflected to the final bill (not a everyday thing in Lithuania)
Over all good place with reasonable pricing.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Family owned restorant with stone oven prepared seasonal, regional food, home made desserts and ice cream. Extra advantage is napolitan style pizza baked in stone oven. Please be welcome to taste our creativity and modern point of view,order private dining, o spend nice time with glass of wine. Kind regards Snieguole&Remigijus P.S. Weekend table reservation could be recommended.
We tried some starters and the main courses and though starters were not so very good (we tried mackerel and welter), but the main courses pleasantly surprised us and was really very delicious and we really enjoyed them. We have tried pork bacon and beef shin and I could recommend them.
4.5 based on 78 reviews
Amazing food made with a use of local ingredients yet with a contemporary twist.
Out of 10 people there was not a single one who was unhappy or displeased with their choice. Very fast and friendly service. Cosy and modern interior.
The only downside is a limited selection of wines.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Coffee is our lifestyle, so we opened this place for the need of good coffee in Druskininkai. We think that a drink which you consume every day, should be high quality and tasteful, not only give you the uplifting feel. Our recipe of a good coffee shop is good coffee, cozy place and good music and we try to achieve it very hard! So, maybe a cup of coffee?
4 based on 60 reviews
A gorgeous place however the food was terrible. Dry, overcooked meat (both chicken and beef) soaked in oil, tasteless and again, oil soaked potatoes with a couple of tomatoes thrown at the side. The bread crumbs with cheese were more of a microwaved bread in a boiling hot bowl under a bunch of mayo mixed with oil. A real disappointment.
4 based on 147 reviews
A cosy place, tasty food, seems to be home made and really good prices! Dinner of two main courses, two white coffee and fried bread with cheese cost for us ~10euro. Very satisfied ?
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