A visit to Palanga is unimaginable without tasting of traditional Lithuanian treats. All restaurant of ethnic cuisine will treat their guests with Cepelinai being small potato dumplings with different stuffing which are also known as “zeppelins”. The dish is considered to be one of the most popular and most in demand as among local folks so among city guests. The treat is served as in budgetary cafés and eateries so in upscale restaurants. Potato is a main ingredient of many ethnic dishes. Zemaiciu is also made of potato being crisp zrazy stuffed with meat, vegetables and mushrooms.
Soups are an integral part of ethnic cuisine. Soup with dumplings is one of the everyday foods of local people. Those tourists, wishing to try even more exotic treats of ethnic cuisine, are recommended a beetroot soup added with kefir. Ethnic menu will be of great interest and pleasure for fish treats fans as well. Original treats made of sea foods are served almost in every eating house of the city. Smoked fish is a genuine traditional treat of Lithuanian cuisine. Gourmands will love smoked conger eel too.
Desserts and sweets addicts should not leave out of their gastronomy tour over Palanga local pastry as the city offers numerous attractive cake shops and coffee houses. Cheese of local production is one of the popular traditional desserts served with honey.
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