UAB Du restoranai, legal entity No 305549963, domicile address Verkių g. 29J, Vilnius (the ‘Company’ or ‘We’) is committed to ensuring the security of the personal information and the protection of the rights of website visitors (the ‘Visitors’) as they use our website www.belgai.lt (the ‘Website’) and its content.
During Visitors’ visits to the Website, the Company or the Company’s authorised service providers use various technologies to save data to make the Visitors’ use of the Website more convenient and safer, and the services more relevant.
This cookies policy is drawn to provide Visitors with more information about the technologies used at the Website and how the Company uses them.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files (several KB in size) that your web browser saves on your computer, tablet, or another smart device during your visit to our Website. They enable the Website to save data such as:
Our purposes for using cookies
Every time you visit our Website, it can create persistent cookies that are stored on your computer after you log out and will be used when you visit the Website again; they are effective and are not deleted after you finish browsing the Website, and/or session cookies that expire and are deleted after you finish browsing the Website.
All cookies that we use may only be used with your prior consent. You can express your consent by clicking ‘I agree’ on the cookies disclaimer that appears at the top/bottom of the Website page.
Please note that the necessary cookies and analytical cookies are a precondition for your using the Website. If you decline these cookies, we cannot be sure that our Website will be functional at all.
The following is a list of the main cookies that our Website uses based on their type, data collected, and period of validity.
2.1 Cookies that the Website Uses
These cookies are necessary for you to be able to browse the Website and use its functionalities, for instance, remember the information you enter in forms during your session, access restricted areas of our Website. Without this kind of cookies, some of the Website services would be unavailable, and the Website would not function as smoothly as it should.
These cookies allow Visitors to avoid changing settings every time they visit the Website. These cookies help remember your choices and settings (for instance, those of language or time-zone). With these cookies, Visitors avoid changing settings every time they visit the Website. Functional cookies also remember any changes you make or some of your other actions, like comments. Functional cookies do not track your actions on other websites.
Analytical cookies show us whether a Visitor has already visited the Website. These anonymous cookies help us track the number of visitors and the frequency of their visits. The cookies collect information about Website usage and help us improve Website functionality. For instance, analytical cookies can show the pages that are visited the most, help register breakdowns on the Website, and so on.
Advertising, targeted-marketing cookies
All information about these cookies that our Website uses and their purpose and validity and the data used is provided in the table below:
Name of cookie
Moment of creation
Period of validity
A standard cookie used to maintain a user’s session. This is a necessary cookie.
Time of entry to the webpage
Until the browser window is closed
This cookie is used to safe information on pop-up windows that the user viewed and closed.
Time of first entry to the webpage
2.2 Third-party Cookies
Third-party advertising cookies. Some ads that you see on the Website are published by other entities. Some of these entities use their own cookies to analyse how many people saw a particular ad or how many people saw it more than once. Companies that design such cookies apply their own policies and we have no influence on the way such cookies are designed or stored. We recommend that you look into the privacy or cookies policies of the respective companies, which should be available on their websites.
Other third-party cookies. Some pages of the Website may contain anonymous cookies from other entities (such as social network operators) that are used to personalise their own programmes or applications based on your needs.
Due to the specific way in which cookies work, our website does not have access to the information transmitted by such cookies, just like other entities do not have access to the information that cookies that we set up collect.
The main third-party cookies that our Website uses are as follows:
We use the Google Analytics web analysis service from Google, Inc. Information collected by Google Analytics is transferred to and stored by Google. Google may transfer information collected by Google Analytics to third parties when legally required, or when the third parties in question process information on Google’s behalf.
We recommend that you look into Google’s privacy and cookies policy.
Targeted, advertising cookies:
How are cookies used for advertising purposes?
Cookies and other advertising technologies such as pixels and tags help us present the necessary ads more effectively. They also help us present studies and reports to advertising, understand and improve our services, and know when the content was displayed to you.
Many web browsers are set up to accept cookies by default. Visitors can block and delete cookies and similar identifiers at their own discretion, if the browser or device settings permit such action.
Still, please note that necessary cookies and analytical cookies are a precondition for your using the Website. If you decline these cookies, we cannot be sure that our Website will be functional at all.
You may request that we erase all data of you that have been collected and are processed with cookies by contacting us at email@example.com. The data will be erased in 30 days of the date you contact us at the above e-mail address at the latest.
You can control the use of other cookies by changing the settings of your browser. More information of how cookies can be deleted as well as other useful information relevant to using cookies is available at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.
Still, if you decline or block cookies or other similar technologies, some of the Website functions may become unavailable or not function as smoothly as they should.
This cookies policy may be updated by the Company. The Company will notify Visitors of any updates by publishing a new version of the cookies policy with the dates of the revisions on the Website. We therefore recommend visiting the Website periodically for the latest version of the cookies policy.