Reviews on European food in Rebici, Croatia including Luna Restaurant, Kum Krnica, Restaurant PortoRiko, Zara, Restoran Konoba Nando, Sveti Mikula, Martin Pescador, Konoba Nando, Konoba Sainka, Rispet Restaurant
The restaurant is along the main road from Labin to Pula and it has its own free parking in front of it. The food was very good, especially the meat which was excellent, very fresh and well prepared. The service was friendly, but very slow. It took us over two hours for just a âquickâ lunch. Anyway, it is worth trying and the price is reasonable.
Etwas abgelegen und voller Ruhe kann man hier zu Abend essen. Ivan der Besitzer und Kellner ist freundlich und immer fÃ¼r ein spÃ¤Ãchen zu haben. Essen ist gut bis sehr gut und vorallem frisch. GemÃ¼se kommt das meiste aus seinem Garten und Schnaps und Wein sind aus eigener Herstellung. Preislich auch sehr angenehm.
4 based on 62 reviews
We have visited Trget just to eat there.Selection was made just by first impression.And wow, it was wonderful.Fresh fish, Istrian potato, great wine great sprats as starterâ¦ Marinated with cooked onion souceâ¦ I am hungry nowâ¦â¦View so wonderful. Sunset, beautiful colors.
4 based on 153 reviews
It is a bit of an effort to get to this quirky village and our GPS made it more of an effort to return to our hotel but it was worthwhile.We had a splendid view of the water and boats, and good, friendly service. We were invited to select our fish from a big plate brought to our table. We chose the sea bass, which was then cooked superbly and accompanied by a range of vegetables and a lovely Istrian white wine. For dessert we had the specialty of the chef which was ravioli filled with sweet ricotta with sultanas and covered with home made caramel sauce. Patrons are allowed to bring their dogs which, for us, was not a problem but others may not be so comfortable with this approach to dining.We would love to return.
4 based on 52 reviews
This is an objectively good place! I am surprised by the bad reviews (albeit few). This is the west side of Istria, which is very underdeveloped and the restaurant is by the port in a very remote location. It has zero passing trade - you have to want to come here and make the effort to do so. It serves fresh local seafood. If they are out of something then that is because that day's catch has been served to other customers. Given the generous portions, that should neither be a surprise nor a bad thing. I find spoiled tourist reviews based solely on inconvenience or not getting the best place on the terrace really unhelpful. The molluscs and crustaceans are particularly reliable and good here. The preparation is unpretentious but very solid. You would be happy to be served this food in Sicily or Catalonia at a good quality restaurant. I will definitely be in the area again and I will definitely go here. The service is busy but courteous and helpful. It is priced for Pula, rather than as a local place but it is good value for the quality.
4 based on 62 reviews
The location is wonderful, great views.We were kindly welcomed. We ordered the fish platter for two which was 330 kuna, bit too expensive for what we got. Quantity was fine, but quality was not top. Had really high hopes because of the reviews. Kids had a nice meal (schnitzel). Tip for the restaurant would be not to charge 1 euro for a small bag of ketchup or mayonaise. Seems a bit odd to make such charges when prices are already quite high. Overall I give this a very good rating, mainly bc of the setting and the service.
Visited as a family early evening and initially received a warm welcome from a young waitress. We ordered 3 pizzas and a pasta dish but were told that only pizzas are under normal availability with a long wait for anything else. In considering what Pizza to order in place of the pasta we hesitated for less than 10 seconds but rather than show patience for my son the lady taking our order (think was the owner) turned away and went to take orders from a party of 8 who had arrived after us. I find this extremely rude and it made us feel like our custom wasn't welcome. When the 4 Pizzas arrived they were disappointing. Maybe we were unlucky but the taste and texture was not to our liking. The base seemed undercooked and the toppings not tasty. A few days later we had pizzas from another restaurant called Kum in Krnica and they seemed much better. Perhaps our taste is different to the other reviews here about Zara but I would not return or recommend Zara.
4 based on 100 reviews
Our little family restaurant "PortoRiko" was founded in 1968. It was named "K Ribaru" until 2016. In honor of my father Riko we have changed name to "PortoRiko". Restaurant "PortoRiko" is located on the seaport, and it has a large parking lot for cars. Th
The restaurant is located a stone throw from the water so the seafood is as fresh as can be. The menu is extensive and the friendly and very attentive staff just add to the cozy atmosphere. Inexpensive, yet excellent cuisine with plenty of seafood dishes offered!
4 based on 146 reviews
It's a nice and cozy family run place. Great pizza at affordable prices.We even went there just for coffee and met few interesting people from the village/town and struck a great conversation. We highly recommend to go there in case you are around.
4 based on 134 reviews
I visit this place often and I must say that I always enyoy their food and ambient the same way as I did the firs time I went there! The food is to die for,people very professional and friendly,and always improoving the menu and place :) Keep it up! See you soon again!
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