One street you must visit when you come to Zagreb is definitely Teslina street. A year ago this short street closed for traffic and from that moment all the wonderful tastes became instantly more appealing. Among a number of restaurants and coffee bars on offer in Teslina street, for our break, we chose Bistroteka.
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).
Volosko, a small fishing village near Opatija, would be just like any other seaside village in Croatia – unknown and sleepy, with tourists only visiting it in July and August, if it wasn’t for its awesome restaurant scene. I personally don’t know of another town in Croatia, small or big, that has so many great […]
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.
Vrh might be a barley pronounceable name, but it’s a great restaurant worth seeking out. Located in the village of the same name, this family-run restaurant is loved by locals and foodies for few things: for tartufo vero, or a real Istrian truffle (including praised white truffle); for boskarin peka (braised Istrian ox), laid-back atmosphere, […]
While entire Istria, due to its shape, is easily reachable by car and well connected, Rabac for some reason seems always too far from anywhere. But nothing can get us move better than the good food can. And Rabac region doesn’t lack in good restaurants.