There are no restaurants in the Seimas – there are queues for food: not everyone manages to eat

Asking about the fate of the Seimas restaurant in the 3rd building of the Seimas, the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament Jonas Jarutis stated that he was representing colleagues, who sometimes, especially in the face of queues in the cafe, get acquainted with it.

“Both institutions worked before the pandemic. How much I earned there, didn’t earn, I don’t know, but it would actually be more convenient. Because that lunch period is usually short – it’s the committees, someone else, people want to eat fast. And when one canteen is open, it’s complicated enough, “he commented.

According to J.Jarutis, now it is possible to buy food in the Seimas cafe not only while waiting and ordering live, but also as a self-service department. However, this does not fundamentally change the situation.

In addition, the premises of the former Seimas restaurant are beautifully empty.

Photo by Žygimantas Gedvilas / BNS / Jonas Jarutis

Regarding whether an additional feeding point should be reopened, in the opinion of the politician, it is a matter of the Chancellery of the Seimas announcing tenders for the lease of premises and provision of services.

“Almost a thousand employees are probably in the parliament, both members of the Seimas and guests – that is the number of people, so I have doubts that two institutions will not be able to survive. Maybe the rent there is too high, something else, you just need to look, ”said J. Jarutis.

He himself said he sometimes had lunch at a Seimas café.

“It simply came to our notice then. You just see the queue … Now that you’ve done a self-service, the choice is not special, what you find takes it. But when you see other people in the queue, you just don’t have time for that, “the Deputy Speaker of the Seimas explained.

He does not go to the catering establishments near the Seimas.

“It simply came to our notice then. “I’m not saying it’s not there, but I usually eat at home,” he said.


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