ZAGREB, 4 September 2019 – One of the world’s leading culinary portals, Fine Dining Lovers, has visited the Croatian capital to find out what is hot on the scene.
Fine Dining Lovers’ journalist, Margo Schachter, has written a detailed report titled ‘The changing of the guard on Zagreb’s culinary scene’, where she spotlights the best spots currently in town.
“Let’s make a bet: if we allowed you 10 seconds or 10 minutes time to think about it, would you be able to name just one typical Croatian dish?,” Schachter starts, before mentioning the potential of the Croatian cuisine in the world which was bought to light by the late Anthony Bourdain.
The latest Michelin Guide includes 15 restaurants in Zagreb, with one holding the honour of having a Michelin star, Noel, which was recommended in the article at the top of the list.
Noel, Ulica popa Dukljanina 1
Based on modern techniques, elegant presentations and Croatian ingredients sourced from small-scale producers.
Bistro Apetit By Marin Rendić, Jurjevska 65a
Chef Marin Rendic opened the Bistro Apetit, “the best restaurant in Zagreb” according to Gault & Millau with its rating of 16 points.
Mano 2, Radnička cesta 50
The accent is on the finest ingredients and is not averse to recovering ancient traditions spiced up with fermentations and marinades.
NAV, Masarykova ulica 11/1
With a seating capacity for no more than twenty diners, the venue’s offering consists in a 7-course lunchtime gourmet menu.
Brokenships Bistro, Katarinin trg 3
The concept of this venue is to give a contemporary twist to traditional recipes, which are presented in two formats and based on sharing dishes rather than eating them in any particular order.
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