A hip newcomer in Quite Centre’s long list of restaurants. The gilded venue is governed by the chef Reinis Strazdins, who creates unique combinations that tempts even the most jaded appetites.
For appetizers there are broad range of tartars and other raw plates, but when it comes to the mains, steak steals the show. The menu boasts 12 kinds of steaks. While being meat-centric, Chef’s Corner also caters for vegetarians and seafood fans with such inventive dishes as smoked aubergine carpaccio and fried squids with carbonara sauce and fermented egg yolk. There are also a number of nifty desserts to round up the evening, such as sea buckthorn panna cotta and Montblanc.