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Restaurant Week to Start Across Croatia

Restaurant Week starts in March

Don’t miss out on trying some of the best restaurants in Croatia at discounted prices as the most-visited gastro manifesto in the country gets underway again.

Restaurant Week will again be held all over Croatia from 10 – 19 March 2017. Over 50 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 8th 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.

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

Menus have been announced by the restaurants on Friday and reservations open on 3 March at 12 pm and can be made with restaurants directly.

Check out which restaurants will be taking part HERE

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