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Japanese-Mediterranean Concept Cuisine Restaurant Opens in Zagreb

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International cuisine options in the Croatian capital continue to grow…

Indian, Russian, Korean, Thai and now a Japanese-Mediterranean restaurant has opened up in downtown Zagreb.

Located on Preradovićeva street, just next to Cvjetni trg (flower square), Fugu & Olives has recently opened its doors. Described as a Japanese-Mediterranean concept cuisine restaurant and bar, the menu includes such things as soups, salads, sushi, sashimi, uramaki and hosomaki with a mediterranean twist.

Prices range from 22-25kn for sashimi (2 pieces), 31-33kn for 4 pieces of uramaki and 22-24kn for 4 pieces of hosomaki. A full range of desserts is also available.

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