Rasols is a Latvian olivje salad with a multitude of ingredients, and that sums up this bundle of joy in the Art Nouveau district.
A kaleidoscope of rugs, cushions, antiques and art, with Elvis on the turntable and Charlie Chaplin flicks screening on the brick wall, it's a weirdly fitting finale to an hour's gazing at Eisenstein's facades.
The menu is "post-Soviet," meaning eastern European classics given a modern touch, including "Soviet tapas" - try the Hemp butter canape or the Lamprey canape for an offbeat taste of Latvia.
The cute outdoor seating nest is the cherry on top.
Entree:Authentic olivje (120-year-old recipe) with herring, beets, apples, countryside pickles, cream-mayonnaise sauce
Main: Marinated charcoal-baked Baltic herring with cucumbers and cottage cream cheese
Dessert: Layered rye bread dessert
Drink: Tarhun lemonade from Georgia.