Starting out at the forefront of the currently burgeoning Zagreb burger scene a couple of years ago, Rougemarin, set in a former socialist light bulb factory, has become known as the definitive place to go to have a juicy slob of minced beef (with duck fat!). While I thought the burgers were good, I was generally not as impressed, mostly because I felt they lacked a bit of sweet lovin' juicy. The rest of the menu, however, completely made up for it: modern Croatian and/or exotic interpretations of traditional recipes such as roast chicken with soft "basa" cheese from rural Lika or butterscotch glazed pork loin with mushroom and truffle polenta and cardamom scented yoghurt. Mouthwatering. The dessert section of the menu is still a bit conservative, but it's getting there. The wine list is good; the place looks cool and industrial; their ingredients are locally sourced. They even have artisan mini-burger nights and guest starring chefs every once in a while. Meaning - go for the burgers, stay for the chestnut puree and rosemary-flavored pears.