From the White Guide Nordic 2018:


Fine Level 61
Food rating:27/40Service rating:9/20
BarChambre separéeBar menuBanqueting roomsParkingTables outsideWheelchair accessVegetarian dishesRooms available

Upstairs-downstairs dining

You have two choices here: raucous gastro-pub vibes and majestic views of St. Peter’s Church or formal dining in a more muted atmosphere: The former is on the ground floor, the latter on the first, both serve the same food, both are located in Riga’s new, ambitious Redstone Boutique Hotel. St. Petrus’ young chef, Maksims Cekots, has considerable experience from restaurant kitchens abroad. Perhaps this explains his distinct culinary style and use of local ingredients. Lightly salted sturgeon, marinated pumpkin, and mushrooms form a delightful, hearty combo, much like the cream of mushroom soup with blackberries and lentils. If you prefer meat there’s a lovely selection of cuts that get fired up in the Josper grill, all are served with various sides and sauces. This restaurant-newcomer stands out with its bold experimentation and prejudice-free attitude toward food and drink. St. Petrus is like a young wine with good potential, it might just benefit from some maturing in the cellar..

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