Respond to Review of Balti Drambliai Vegetarine Kavine
Review: Even though the menu has not changed for a long time and the place is known for its absent minded waiters (it is not uncommon that they forget about your order) who are also slow and not very polite (sometimes they make you feel that you spoiled their day!), it is still the most popular meeting and dining place for vegetarians and vegans in Vilnius. The food is cooked right after you order it, so sometimes it takes long to arrive (again, this might be because of the slow service). The food is mostly Indian, but there are salads, tofu and potato dishes, too. Their falafel is good, but not what you'd expect to get in western or northern Europe. There are many teas to choose from ( I'd say about 15 types of black, green, chai, fruit, herbal teas). Unfortunately, they do not have soy milk, so you cannot get vegan chai or latte. Dishes of the day are hardly ever vegan, and sometimes waiters are not sure sure about the ingredients and are reluctant to check. If it was a regular place, it would not get more than two stars. It also deserves only two stars for the service. But I gave it four cow-stars just because it's there (it's not so easy to find a vegan meal in regular cafes in Vilnius) and the food+atmosphere are nice.