Like Jessie, I also came here because I was staying at a hostel next door (Hobo Bear).
I mostly came here because the basement was a little cooler in the unbearable heat of Zagreb's summer, and because the price was reasonable. The pizza was fine (not great). The place is clean and nice looking.
Like everywhere else in Croatia, it took a while to get a glass of water, or for a waiter to come back to the table, but not nearly as bad as most other restaurants I went to in Croatia (where, even in very fancy expensive places you can sometimes go 45-60 minutes without anyone bringing you water even though its 90F outside).
My only gripe is when I asked to pay in Euros, the register girl came up with a ridiculous conversion rate that was nowhere near accurate (it would result in about a 30% markup in the cost of the food). She said she also needed to send someone to go get change, so I double-checked the math and said don't bother, I'll pay in Kuna. It was inconvenient, but no way was I going to let them overcharge me 30%.
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