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Just what you expect a well run kitchen would offer for this occasion, cheap ingredients made gold. We couldnt decide if we liked the meat or fish menu better, but the palamida took it away for me! Definitely will come again.
Wasn't sure at first if this was the right place for me or not....took the waiter's advice and had the Pumpkin Tortellini... WOW.... it's been a long time since I had home made tortellini!.... they were to die for .. so glad our waiter suggested...More
At the end of a great vacation, Zagreb was the final
Stop. I was running the 1/2 marathon in the morning so wanted a quick bite before bed. Looked at the menu, it sounded great. After being seated, we waited for an unusually long time...More
We chose this restaurant as it was just outside our hotel. The menu has something for everyone. We chose the ribs and a sesame chicken with Asian noodles. The waiter was great at suggesting dishes and local beers. The food was really good, and the...More
Relatively good place. If you looking for quick frills free lunch/dinner this is place for you. Nice evening spend here solo. Waiters polite enough,not overly phoning over customers. Food good but don't expect high gastronomy.
The staff was cordial but not friendly. One waiter in particular obviously preferred local customers. The prices were a bit higher than on average in Zagreb, the quality of the food however was just average.
The Bulldog is a very good bistro in the center of Zagreb. We had a good and healthy lunch and they have an enjoying, friendly staff! We had a nice and talk and the food was good (salad and burger menu)! For sure we will...More
We visited Bulldog on Thursday morning 11th April. We were in need of breakfast after a tiring overnight journey from Split to Zagreb. The gentleman who served us provided great service and was very welcoming. He was a Dinamo Zagreb fan who had a great...More