Tag Archives: Rovinj
The food of fishermen and farmers and discussions at the tavern. Not so long ago, fishermen would catch fish from their batana (a type of boat), while farmers made wine, after which they would all meet in the Spacio (tavern) …
Agrolaguna has raised the standards in recent years and started taking wine business seriously, aiming to have both quality and quantity. Their line-up today covers all the basic stuff Istria has to offer, often excellent value for money.
Now famous from his appearance on Croatian MasterChef, Tom Gretić and his stellar cuisine have flourished for three years in this prestigious restaurant, where his own standards are seamlessly paired with those of the exclusive hotel Monte Mulini in which Wine Vault is located.
This seafood restaurant with a long family tradition has been owned by the Pelizzaro family for as long as anyone can remember. Its comfortable terrace, situated on a small square away from the bustle of tourism on the main streets, is an ideal place to relax and soak up the atmosphere of Rovinj as it once was.
Croatia blew Anthony Bourdain’s mind and palate, as you can see in the Croatian episode of his TV show “No Reservations”. If you want to follow his trail, we prepared the itinerary as seen on TV (steps 1 to 10), and included additional suggestions for interesting spots nearby.
Something quite different from the usual konobas, Masèra offers the style of Rovinj’s top 5 restaurants but at an affordable price. The menu is tasteful, with a modest selection of dishes suited to preparation from fresh ingredients. Presentation here is wonderful.
by John J. Goddard Croatia’s remarkable diversity isn’t reflected only in its food, dialects and micro-climates, but also in the distinctive moods that hang in the air of each and every locale. While Zagreb chuckles mischievously behind a façade of …
It is nice to see that Stancija Meneghetti is not just another luxury holiday villa for clientele with deep pockets but also a place where outstanding extra virgin olive oils and innovative wines (innovative because in Istria winemakers are somewhat novice in the art of blending) are being produced.
Jazz. Food. Drinks. Only 16+ people. No children after 7.15 PM. A very special place.