Croatia Food Guide: 5 Croatian food Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Prhati

July 2, 2021 Milan Banda

Reviews on Croatian food in Prhati, Croatia including Konoba Vorichi, Restaurant Stefanija, Kastel Pineta, OPG Agroturizam Familija Ferlin, Konoba Sainka

1. Konoba Vorichi

Orihi Bb, Barban 52207 Croatia Seafood, Barbecue, European, Mediterranean, Croatian Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Cash Only, Table Service, Full Bar [email protected] +385 99 229 4300
Overall Ratings

4 based on 165 reviews

Konoba Vorichi

Reviewed By BarbaraS3361

We had a great time there! It is a sweet little place with lots of nice details. The vineyard view and the domestic surrounding makes it even more relaxing and cozy. The staff is very professional, but helpful and easygoing. One can feel that everything is made with love and thoughtfully chosen. No matter which guests were on the other tables,we could feel that everybody is enjoying their time and meals. We'll visit again. :)Gentile Barbara grazie mille , ha colto il senso di Vorichi . Sara un piacere avervi ancora da noi Buona estate

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2. Restaurant Stefanija

Puntera 8D, Barban 52207 Croatia Italian, Seafood, Mediterranean, Croatian Dinner Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Table Service, Accepts Credit Cards [email protected] +385 52 567 075
Overall Ratings

5 based on 60 reviews

Restaurant Stefanija

Restaurant Stefanija offers creative Istrian cuisine based on fresh ingredients. We do homemade pasta, bread and desserts. We offer seafood, meat and vegetarian dishes. We have also a large selection of Istrian quality wines. During the summer we have an

Reviewed By gr_bsg

We like this great place and the very beautiful view in the evening.The special food too.We missed vegetarian food..and we don´t like cats, dogs and mosquitoes while eatingDear Guest, Thank you for your review. I am glad you liked it here. In the future, we will try to make a bigger offer of vegetarian food. Kind regards

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3. Kastel Pineta

SV.MARTIN 32/B Labin -istra, Labin Croatia Croatian, European Dinner Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Wheelchair Accessible +385 52 493 118
Overall Ratings

4 based on 35 reviews

Kastel Pineta

Reviewed By Whereintheworldru

A bit of a trek into the country, but what a find, lovely setting and very friendly staff with attentive service. Food was very local and authentic and although the evening was a little chilly it was a fabulous night out. Food is excellent and almost everything is sourced on the property, either home grown, home made or cured. Even their own wines. Really excellent for local delicacies, worth a visit!

4. OPG Agroturizam Familija Ferlin

Grzhini 2 ., Zminj 52341 Croatia Croatian, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Cash Only, Free Wifi, Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Table Service [email protected]r +385 52 823 515
Overall Ratings

4 based on 46 reviews

OPG Agroturizam Familija Ferlin

Buisness time: Only reservations.

Reviewed By Rantinrover

We visited this agro-tourism restaurant for lunch during a tour entitled “Flavours of Istria” organised with TUI via local Croatian operators Gulliver Travel. The tour gave a flavour of the region and the restaurant a flavour of some local dishes.It seemed a bit unusual to be getting driven by coach into a very small hamlet however they were obviously well geared up for the process. We were welcomed at the restaurant by a piper (their version who wasn’t dressed in a kilt) and offered an aperitif of the local brew which came in shots of a few flavours. For the brave only there was some grappa, said by our guide to be of a very high alcoholic content and not tested by many on our tour. The flavoured drink was perfectly fine.The restaurant can seat quite a sizeable amount of visitors however it is designed in such a fashion that we never felt as if it was catering for the masses and that we were “packaged“. There were separate areas for small tour groups which isolated us from other parties and maintained a farmhouse-like atmosphere rather than a barn! We were seated at tables of around 8 fellow travellers and fortunately for us everyone was sociable and the atmosphere relaxing. The meal consisted of soup and bread and despite reservations of the soup being an odd thing to serve with soaring temperatures outside, it was delicious. (The temperature inside the restaurant was comfortable).Next we shared a couple of platters of pasta with meat or with cheese which again were perfectly tasty - the meat one had the odd bit of grizzle however I suspect it was one of those dishes where everything is put into a pot and cooked for hours - chunks of tender meat in general.To finish off we were served mini doughnuts covered in sugar which despite the coating didn’t taste too sweet.To help the food down locally produced red and white wine were served and having tried both I was satisfied that I would happily buy a bottle if offered - it wasn’t. Service throughout was quiet and efficient - plates arrived and left in a smooth manner so we hardly noticed. Meal completed we were offered a token gift of Istria (a little wooden item) in exchange for our tour receipt - not quite sure why but we also experienced something similar at our hotel during our holiday as part of a prize draw. The cost of the meal was inclusive in our trip.After viewing the temperamental donkey tied up outside and taking a few photos it was time to hit the trail for our next stop. Overall it was a very enjoyable visit, unhurried and well organised to avoid giving us a feeling we’d just been processed so full marks to all involved for achieving this result - a pleasant change from some similar operations we've experienced elsewhere.

5. Konoba Sainka

Shajini 35, Barban 52207 Croatia Croatian, European Dinner Reservations, Seating, Table Service
Konoba Sainka

Reviewed By RichardNem

Etwas abgelegen und voller Ruhe kann man hier zu Abend essen. Ivan der Besitzer und Kellner ist freundlich und immer für ein späßchen zu haben. Essen ist gut bis sehr gut und vorallem frisch. Gemüse kommt das meiste aus seinem Garten und Schnaps und Wein sind aus eigener Herstellung. Preislich auch sehr angenehm.

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