The Zagreb Times Sinke

A relatively new café in Croatian Capital has a unique marketing strategy. It is called Najgora Kava u Gradu, which translates as The Worst Coffee in Town. That, however, doesn’t mean that you’ll have a bad time when you visit this small site, located very close to city’s center in Prolaz sestara Bakovic alley. At the contrary, the moment you enter its stylish interior, you’ll know that the name was just auto-ironic.

“Our offer consists from coffee grains with well-known origin. We are providing our guests with 100% pure Arabica, roasted and milled by our own coffee experts,” owner Boris Poljicanin explains. “We also plan to sell coffee bags for home use, up to 500 grams in weight.”

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The guests can also expect to enjoy cold brew coffee drinks, as well as squeezed juices. The café has a vintage industrial design, which provides it with coziness and welcoming feeling. “We wanted a unique space in Zagreb. That’s why we choose the combo of iron and wood, which suggests the contrast between cold and warm tones. The tiles on the floor are in diverse colors, adding to the atmosphere,” Poljicanin explains, as new guests arrive into the café interior.

The café will also serve as a place of cultural gathering, as small concerts have already been organized in its small space. The charming vibe and friendly staff are assurance of the time well spent. Not to mention that the worst coffee in Zagreb can be ordered in a ‘to-go’ variant.  So as you explore the beauties of city’s central area, it is easy to be accompanied with fine black nectar. The café also stages degustation events, during which you can try novel brands on the market.

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The café has deserved to have a gallery of images on Like Croatia. Feel free to explore it below.

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