For a moment I thought about writing a bad review and getting a free lunch.
But only for a second :)
This place is very good, trust me.
A warm welcome and a very professional explanation of the ingredients, style and "work with local resources" idea of the restaurant.
Good wines and again good explanation (good written reviews in the menu and the waitress even explained a bit more on request). Small winecard was selected by somebody who knows what he/ she is doing.
Good quality (e.g. best istrian ham so far, and I am touring through Croatia now for ten days) and nice arrangements of food.
Very good octopus with chickpeas which was warm (as it should be in my humble opinion) and tastes very different and refreshing in comparison with the normal octopus salad served in many other restaurants.
Noodles al dente and with fresh and crispy zucchini/courgette - very good.
There were many locals here, always a good sign for me when searching for good food in foreign countries. A lot of them ate pizza, so I tried one as well. Very good handiwork but a bit colorless after the the first courses - this could be due to biodynamic ingredients, but I am not sure.
Would go for meat or fish next time, and there will be definitely be a next time for me!
All in all this is four points and is on the same level as some Gault Miliau decorated restaurants in Croatia (Proto in Dubrovnik or Laurus in Opatija, e.g.) and I give the fifth point for the slow food bias of this wonderful restaurant (5-).
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