I've tried samosas in many different places in Lithuania on different occasions and Ganga's samosas are by far the best. Why? The size is almost like lunch-portion and the price is so low that even watery soup in some restaurants don't cost so little! Most popular fillings are: Paneer, Mashed apples, Spicy soy bits, Vegetables.
Yum! Just writing about it makes me want to go to Kaunas to buy one! (or even three!)
What about the rest of the food? Great, maybe not for vegans, but it is built on Ayurvedic rules (f.x. even rice shouldn't be boiled without a bit of ghee), so why expect vegan dishes?
If you're on a city fair and you see big samosas ask if they're from Ganga and enjoy!
p.s.On Sunday mornings you can also go on the second floor - Vaishnava center - to have prasadam and the price is whatever you want to offer.