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Eat Zagreb – A New Gastro Guide Through Croatia’s Capital

New gastro guide Eat Zagreb launched

New gastro guide Eat Zagreb launched

The new guide to Zagreb’s gastronomic scene is must-have tourist equipment for a quality stay in Zagreb, even local restaurant-lovers are fans…

Zagreb, 12 July, 2016 – The new gastro guide Eat Zagreb, whose concept and design was done by Superstudio in Zagreb, and whose careful selection was made by culinary experts, journalists and editors Željka Klemenčić and Mila Batinica, was presented at the Croatian Design Superstore, accompanied with delicious snacks that were prepared by restaurants included in the guide.

Mila Batinica and Željka Klemenčić

Mila Batinica and Željka Klemenčić

Besides offering a great source of information and useful recommendations on Zagreb’s gastro scene, the thoughtfully designed gastro guide Eat Zagreb promotes local culture and provides a valuable contribution to the promotion of tourism in the city of Zagreb and its outskirts as well. Whether one is in search of a specific delicious local dish, an appetizing wine variety, or just wandering around town, wishing to experience something to remember – this book is here to guide the reader’s taste buds into something superb.


Besides tourist visitors who surely desire to try the very best of the city’s offer, this book also caters to domestic travelers, as well as gastro-loving locals, with entertaining and up-to-date insights – all in one place.


The pleasant atmosphere at the promotion of the guide at the Croatian Design Superstore in Zagreb’s Design District was guaranteed by mouthwatering scents of freshly baked pizzas prepared by Pizzeria O’Hara, delicious sweet and salty snacks put together by Dežman bar, Lari&Penati and Bistro Divas, and tasty Dalmatian cold cuts and homemade bread offered by specialty shop Bura & Sol. No meal is complete without dessert such as the fantastic delights from Mak na konac made by pastry chef Petra Jelenić, and younger guests were provided natural juices by Juice&Juice.

Happy faces were a sure sign of satisfied taste buds and customers, who will continue to explore and enjoy the gastronomic offer presented in the guide book, experimenting with over 80 different restaurants, bistros, cafés, snack bars, pastry shops, and other gastronomic locations of Croatia’s capital and its periphery.

The guide Eat Zagreb was realized with the support of the Zagreb Tourist Board and in partnership with Stega tisakIt is available at the Croatian Design Superstore and online here at a price of 89 kuna, and by next week at all Tisak Media sales points.


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(photo credit: Domagoj Kunić)

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