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.
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 restaurants at one place.
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, and friendly owners.
I've heard all kinds of comments about the restaurant Blu Rovinj: from favorable comments praising Blu's food to calling it a 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.