Best Soups restaurants nearby. Discover the best Soups food in Baderna. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Soups restaurants near you.. Baderna is a village in Istria region of Croatia. The settlement is administered as a part of the City of Poreč and the Istria County. According to the 2011 census, the village has 240 inhabitants. It is connected by the D21 road.
4 based on 164 reviews
This restaurant is not in Vrsar Harbour itâs out side the harbour on the main road out of town tucked in an urbanization area. It took us s while to find it and about 15 mins pleasurable walk from the harbour. We ordered a variety of food between us soup, fish, pasta meat and salad. The restaurant is nothing flash but the food is delicious. The waiter was super helpful with his recommendations, in fact I found the menu hard to decipher as it was written in many languages, we ended up explaining to the waiter what foods we liked and he recommended dishes from this information and he got all our meals spot on. I would recommend you to eat here if you would like a tasty meal and friendly service and reasonable prices. We would eat here again.
4 based on 617 reviews
We ended up at this restaurant without knowing anything about it. It looked a little like a place you would just pass through, so we didnât get our hopes up. However, this konoba is well worth a stop by. The service was flawless and the food was superb! The meals we had could easily be served at an exclusive restaurant for a much higher price. Highly redommended!!
4 based on 524 reviews
We came to this restaurant on the recommendation of friends. Itâs a lovely restaurant in a beautiful location. There are two sides to the restaurant, one side the decor is modern, the other rustic. We went to the rustic side and were delighted with it. Service was excellent, we did not even look at the menu, we told our server we wanted seafood and he gave us some suggestions. We started with a seafood appetizer plate for two (there were three of us) there was plenty to eat, an octopus salad (which I hesitated over, not being a huge seafood person but I tried it and it was delicious) and 3 other types of seafood. All excellent, the appetizer plate was served with toasted bread plus they also brought a basket of freshly baked bread. We then had a fish I had never heard of, in Italian they called it SAN Piero, they brought it to our table so we could see it then cooked it over the fire near us. This was served with roasted potatoes and vegetables accompanied by a Malvasia white wine. We then had desert and espresso. We loved everything about our lunch, start to finish. Would highly recommend it.
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