Find out what Croatian restaurants to try in Velika Gorica. Velika Gorica (Croatian pronunciation: [ʋêlikaː ɡǒritsa]; meaning "Great Hills") is the largest and most populous city in Zagreb County, Croatia. The city itself has a population of 31,341, while the municipality has a population of 63,517 inhabitants (2011).
Things to do in Velika Gorica
4 based on 48 reviews
Located next to Hotel Aristos and within the adjoining business park, this is a great place to dine and unwind. Try the fresh bread varieties that accompanies a dinner order! Great ambiance and gracious service! A must for anyone dining in the Zagreb vicinity!
We ate pork and chicken with potato and beans. Pork is without flavour. Close your eyes and you would not know what you're eating. That goes for chicken and beans. They charged us the biggest corp of bread even though there was just two of us.Ofcourse we ate maybe 10% of that corp.We ate to satisfy our hunger and left the rest.
The restaurant is perfectly located for a break on your way to the Croatian coast or further eastern to Serbia or Greece. It's a short detour from the highway that will be rewarded by fabulous food and extremely friendly staff. If you can't decide between pizza, BBQ and Mexican dishes, then just go for a mixed plate ("plata") and enjoy!
4 based on 39 reviews
The Restaurant and In Barba Niko is located only 300 meters from the Airport in Zagreb. Within the Barba Niko In they provide accommodation as well on their 8 rooms
This restaurant is in a hotel. There is indoor and outdoor dining. The portions are very large and the price is likewise reasonable. The menu has a lot of variety. If you like seafood get the trout.
4 based on 20 reviews
Meals are good but the bistro doesn't work on weekends and holidays, in addition to this the kitchen works funny hours (when it does work) and including the summer time working hours your best bet is to come there on a working day by noon if you plan any meals.Internet page doesn't state this and so it's trial and error for the customer to actually come and eat something there apart from getting a drink.Apart from this the meals are very good with a special approach to local traditional cuisine.
4 based on 51 reviews
Donât go there. Food is expensive. We had meat which was so tenacious it was like chewing tractor tyre. Stuff dislike small kids that runs around and âhorses could be upsetâScrew you.
4 based on 77 reviews
This was our first time here and it was perfect. The server Josip made it an experience to remember. The welcome, the presentation of dishes and wines, the recommendations - he knows his job. The four different appetizers, the fish, the giant Adriatic calamar, the desert, the choice of wine and xo, all delicious. We were lucky to have our small private room. We will be back.
4 based on 86 reviews
It's a gem of a restaurant just a short drive from the airport, with saloon type deco. All menu dishes were appetising by the description, with lots of choices for meat-eaters, seafood lovers and vegetarians. The service was outstanding, our waiter was an incredibly attentive, helpful and polite young man who was a joy to interact with. The food was simply delicious, the starter of roasted peppers with garlic was yummy, so was grilled calamari which came with a nice potato and cabbage garnish, and Zagreb pork was quite tasty too. Very good portions and prices! This restaurant does take aways too. Perfect last meal
Family restaurant with local and international couisine, a great place to have lunch, dinner or any other occasion.
We visited this place twice in one week. Great home style food, great service, very clean. Good price. Clean bathrooms. Highly recommend.
5 based on 89 reviews
Fiery & creative takes on Croatian cuisine in a casual bistro. Lunch, dinner. Location: Masarykova 11, in the backyard.
Tucked into a residential alley, Bestija is hard to find but worth it. Charming little place with some beautiful plates coming out of the tiny kitchen. Join the hip young locals for seasonal fresh dishes like sausage stuffed pepper. My grilled Adriatic fish was seriously undercooked, as in raw, but when I asked the waiter he said it was intentional. Celery soup with pumpkin oil was tasty but should be served with some crunchy bread. Would be 5 stars with just a little more attention to taste as well as the presentation and attitude. Croatian wine and local craft beer pair well with the creative cooking and atmosphere.
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