Searching for an excursion place that bonds beautiful sceneries with top-class food offer? If visiting the Croatian Capital of Zagreb, you won’t miss with the following spots in the city’s immediate vicinity. Here are marvelous dining places to enjoy in northwest Croatia.
Discover the Grotto Near Restaurant ‘Kod Spilje’
Owned and managed by Stjepan Grgos, this fancy traditional restaurant can be found in the settlement called Otrusevec. The menu changes with the season as it is bound to only the freshest ingredients. Mushroom soup and steaks of the wild are considered specialties, prepared according to traditions of Grgos family. Another special feature is a grotto that is located nearby and can be visited for more adventurous guests. Find this place on address Otrusevec 17/4
Hike the Outdoors Next to Karlo Restaurant
With a magnificent terrace that offers stunning view of surrounding nature, Karlo is located in the region known as Plesivica, technically being the slopes of Samobor Mountain chain. It is a favorite excursion spot to many Zagreb residents who enjoy long hikes through untouched nature, followed by fine dining and merry company. Plesivica is also known for its vineyards, and Karlo’s owner Marijanka Navoj is a professional sommelier who won’t disappoint your glasses. Become a guest of this restaurant on address Plesivica 41.
Explore the Ramparts Close to Slavagora Family Restaurant
There are many things to see and discover near the charming Samobor town. One of them is Okic Grad, a medieval fort that tracks its existence to late twelfth century. Once you conclude your time travel at this place, you may opt to visit Slavagora Family Estate that can be found in Samobor’s street called Vincekov Put 13. Known for its deep-fried chicken and home-made beverages of every kind, Slavagora is a place to go for family excursion that includes fine food.
These were just some of the marvelous dining places you can visit near Zagreb and Samobor. Come into this part of Croatia and learn that country is not just about sea enjoyments.
Feature Photo: Neja Markicevic / CROPIX