With so many great restaurants in Istria, fresh and locally sourced food, yummy local dishes, there is no excuse for eating badly in Istria. Istria, Croatia’s most visited region, is the best place in all Croatia when it comes to food and wine.
Split restaurants are exciting. Anytime we travel south, we make a detour to Split just to try out another restaurant in Split. However, you need to know one thing about restaurant’s offer in Split (and elsewhere in Croatia): 90% of the Split restaurants serve the same menu. It is a grill, pizza, pasta or risotto. […]
Although we live in Porec, and honestly for many reasons we wouldn’t live anywhere else in Istria but here, we always admit that Porec doesn’t abound in good restaurants. The town is almost pathetic when it comes to eating out. Many places cater exclusively to tourists and locals rarely (if ever) eat there.
This was our second time to eat at the bistro Mali Bar Zagreb. But before we tell you about our experience at this wonderful tapas bar, we need to tell you a bit about Zagreb courtyards (something that deserves an entire post, and we plan to write it soon).
Love, love, love Istria! Seriously, when it comes to food there is no better place in Croatia to visit. We’ve been in Zagreb recently, and although there are some great restaurants in Zagreb, bustling with people, nothing compares with Istrian restaurants.
I’ve heard all kinds of comments about the restaurant Blu Rovinj: from favorable comments praising Blu’s food to calling it pretentious place with mediocre food. But there is one thing about the restaurant Blue that everybody agrees about – Blu has the best location in Rovinj.