Vairāk saules — Pasūti caur "skaipu"
Did the title make as little sense to you as it did to me originally? That’s Latvian language. (We just have this “thing” with Latvia vs Estonia. Just like US and Canada, or US and Mexico. Or Finland and Sweden. Or Germans and French. Or just about any other set of neighbouring countries. So we love them immensely. I’m sure that to an outsider, both Latvian and Estonian make equally little sense.)
So… what’s up in Latvia? There’s this restaurant called “Vairāk saules” that lets people order their food over Skype. I’m not sure what the restaurant’s name means, but Pasūti caur “skaipu” says “Order with Skype”. It’s just the way of Latvian language to transcribe things into their own language. (They’re currently arguing with the European Union over the spelling of “euro” in Latvian.) Here is their flyer. Although the calls are free, the food isn’t. But taking calls of hungry people over Skype is a proud example that any other food-related institution should follow.
When I searched for “Skype Pizza” to look for other similar food-related businesses taking orders on Skype, this came up. I’m pretty sure that “Vairāk saules” is not part of a similar program, so it’s safe and free to call to get your food — if you happen to be in Latvia and speak the language, of course.