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Discounted Prices as ‘Restaurant Week’ Set to Start Across Croatia

Del Posto in Baška Voda taking part in Restaurant Week (photo: Del Posto)

Del Posto in Baška Voda taking part in Restaurant Week (photo: Del Posto)

The most-visited gastro manifesto in Croatia is set to start again next week…

Restaurant Week will again be held all over Croatia from 7 – 16 October 2016. Over 70 restaurants will be taking in the popular bi-annual event and will be offering 3 course meals + a glass of wine all for 100 kn. (13 euros). The value of the discount is at least 50% of regular prices.

Restaurant Week, which is now in its 7th year, aims to introduce diners to the vast array of restaurants trough specially priced menus. The event found a strong following among residents excited to dine at top restaurants for a fraction of the usual cost.

Voncimir in Zagreb at Restaurant Week (photo credit: Voncimir)

Voncimir in Zagreb at Restaurant Week (photo credit: Voncimir)

A number of top hotels and restaurants, such as Esplanade, Sheraton, Didov san, Apetit City and Bota have joined in the action of Restaurant Week.

Restaurant Week was inspired by similar events held in world capitals such as New York and London, where the aim was to enable as many people as possible to visit restaurants and to promote restaurant culture.

A number of top restaurants taking part (photo credit: Kaptolska Klet)

A number of top restaurants taking part (photo credit: Kaptolska Klet)

Reservations open on 30 September 2016 at midday and can be made with restaurants directly. Check out all the restaurants taking part and more info on the official website here.

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