Discover the best restaurant in Slovenian Littoral Region, Slovenia including Gostilna Za Gradom Rodica, Le Cucagne, Antica Trattoria Suban, Gostilna Pri Lojzetu - Castle Zemono, La Subida, Trattoria Nerodiseppia, Al Postiglione, Antica Hostaria da Libero, DAM restaurant & wine bar, Kavarna Cacao
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5 based on 322 reviews
For a while now I thought there we no good affordable places to eat in Koper. They where ether too expensive or too cheap.
But this location is a hidden gem.
Fresh and amazingly prepared food. The host will recommend something for sure...order that. Dont get stuck with the menu. You wont be sorry.
4.5 based on 129 reviews
I recently had a lengthy, leisurely lunch at Le Cucagne Agriturismo, located in the hills of Faedis. The restaurant isn't easy to find and you must traverse a small stretch of dirt road before arriving. From the exterior, Le Cucagne looks to be a farm house nestled among the local vineyards. The interior is warmly decorated with a country/rustic motif. Terracotta floors and an inviting fireplace provided atmosphere and Seating was spacious and plentiful. Tables were topped with paper tablecloths and napkins and service ware (plates, utensils, glasses) was what you would expect at an agriturismo. A TripAdvisor sign was prominently posted at the entrance. Outdoor dining on a Terrace is available for warm weather days.
Le Cucagne features typical Friulano cuisine, all prepared in a home-cooked manner. Service is family-style in that the waitresses walk around with serving platters and plate dishes that way. Service was very friendly, accommodating and attentive. The portions were very generous and if you are up for more food, seconds were available. An endless flow of bottled Refosco red wine also topped the tables.
My antipasto starter was comprised of an assorted plate of cured meats (prosciutto, salami, pancetta), a creamy mushroom mousse, and polenta chips. This was followed by three types of dishes for the pasta course; a spinach filled crepe topped with Bechamel sauce; Risotto with Sausage and Apples and Gnocchi made with pumpkin. All were very tasty.
For an entree, I had the rolled pork escallop, filled with speck (cured smoked meat) and radicchio, topped with a wine-based gravy and accompanied with a hearty portion of polenta. I found the meat to be a little overcooked and tough to chew, though it had a nice flavor.
As I was a guest, I don't know how the prices were. Normally, agriturismo dining is very reasonable. If you are looking for a relaxed day in the countryside, Le Cucagne might be just the right place.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
If you don't fancy eating in the more touristy areas of Trieste, just a ten minute drive will take you to this restaurant.
The service is impeccable, and the food served is fresh; and all in all a very positive experience. I can highly recommend the "salty pancake", which is a local speciality and full of fresh basil flavour. Another interesting taste was the pheasant gnocchi. The only thing slightly lacking, perhaps, would be the aesthetics of the dishes, but the taste makes up for that 100%!
The red wines on offer are reasonably priced, and the particular one that we tried was full bodied, local and delicious.
The Terrace was calm and relaxing, and the place is also dog friendly.
5 based on 413 reviews
i am totally amazed of todays experience in this charming restaurant. The chef came to every table, chatted and took orders.
the staff is totally professional, friendly and have a smile in their faces.
the location is amazing. cant wait to be there in summer time to sit outside and enjoy the view over the vipava valley
it was not a problem to bring my dog wilma with me.
the quality of food you get offered is amazing. every dish is like a piece of art.
last but not least - the prices are more than acceptable. it is more than in normal restaurants bur if you go for slow food and high end you would expect minimum twice the amount.
all in all a perfect time there. that is why we immediatelly made a reservation for my bday kn june.
4.5 based on 722 reviews
The headlibe says it all; we booked a table and arrived on time to the restaurant where the chef refused to serve us, he worked too many hours that day he said.... he even yelled at the waitress who was trying to help us - dont go there this guy has no clue how to treat customers!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
12 of us; cheerful helpful waitress. Today's special is anchovies, plump and delicious. Tuna carpaccio also excellent with aubergine fried like whitebait. Risotto a highlight, undefinable subtle flavours and perfectly al dente. Fish again for main course (there is meat option) and no need for pudding. Perfect. Despite large group, service charge not added to bill; very happy to do so.
4.5 based on 339 reviews
My third visit to Al Postiglione in 7 years only proved it again: this place is bound to be one of the best restaurants in the FriuliMy area! I have experienced three different owners now, and I can say that Francisco definitely proved to be the best host: wonderful dishes (needless to say that his Paraguay roots can be traced in wonderfully prepared meat variations), paired with a warm and friendly way of making you feel "at home". The fire place was crackling, and everyone made it a
special night for us. I recommend to let Francisco recommend a menu... And, of course, to enjoy the great selection of Perusini wines.
4.5 based on 306 reviews
Locale storico a Trieste vicino al Castello di San Giusto.
Libero is one of the most original restaurants anywhere we have been, with an unmatchable atmosphere, fantastic food, spectacular wines, super friendly owners.
It is a historic venue, graced by the favours of the European intellectual élite, James Joyce first and foremost. A whacky collection of paraphernalia and old photographs covers walls and ceiling. The dark red hue suits the sanguine ambience perfectly, creating an appetite for good food and drink, which gets duly satisfied with the robust yet wisely prepared dishes, in particular the beef and the desserts, but everything else is worth trying as well. Libero has seduced our senses.
4.5 based on 186 reviews
The food is good, but considering other reviews I expected a more elaborated set of dishes. We got a 7 course menu, starting with a set of amuse bouches with very raw and straight forward tastes. The second course was a set of raw fish, even though the tastes were rather boring. Next was a kind of consommé or fish soup with some scallops, which was a tasty dish. The chef then prepared a combination of mashed potatoes with truffles and egg yolk, which was a really well executed dish, but nothing really new. We continued with a risotto with shrimp and ended with some tuna and lemon mashed potatoes. Before the dessert we got some sorbet which cleansed the mouth really well. The dessert was a combination of panettone, creme anglaise and crumble.
The wine list is ok, even though I didn't get the feeling that the chef was able to recommend the appropriate wine to his dishes. Overall it was a pleasurable experience. I missed more feedback from the chef, who could use a little more imagination. The biggest drawback was definitely the price. There were 4 of us. Each of us had a 7 course menu, we started with a glass of sparkling wine and had two bottles of wine (both from 2014, if I remember well) and the final price was around 280 euros, which in my opinion was just too much for the food we ate and the wine we drank. I would definitely recommend the chef to to get out of his comfort zone and deliver bolder combinations, especially if he wants to charge that amount of money.
4.5 based on 751 reviews
One of the best outside Seating to have a coffee or cake in Portoroz. Used to be synonym for best cakes. Maybe we are spoiled, but chocolate cake is really very average compared to what competition is offering. Unimaginative, poor in chocolate but rich in price....coffee and ice cream yes, cakes are just very average and not worth the price.
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