Restaurant Manna La Roosa

Manna La Roosa combines colonial style with rosewood columns brought from India, trendy boho style, gypsy chic, a sense of Tivoli, psychedelia, graffiti, carefully restored wallpaper from the beginning of the 1900's, atmosphere of a sailors' pub, total eclecticism and decorative items without a clear purpose that have ended up here seemingly by accident.

This is a fascinating place where you can relax and enjoy wonderful flavour nuances!

Manna La Roosa combines colonial style with rosewood columns brought from India, trendy boho style, gypsy chic, a sense of Tivoli, psychedelia, graffiti, carefully restored wallpaper from the beginning of the 1900's, atmosphere of

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  • Very fine dining on girl's trip

    The appearance of the restaurant, which was very different from the mass, attracted our interest. Surprises continued as we stepped into the restaurant. The interior was very personal, every detail...

  • For eyes and for belly

    The owner of the restaurant is an artist. On the walls and the ceiling of all that he likes from Picasso to Basquiat. The meal is just European fusion but with elements of Baltic cuisine. Looks like...

  • Interesting place

    Came in for dinner with tired family, but ate and left the place with a smile. Nicely strange and different interiors, and happened to be also live music (Thu evenings). Menu is short but sufficient...


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