This is an old fashioned restaurant. It is like Yugoslavia and Tito never left. Expect really simple cooking and no finesse. We had tomato soup, cordon bleu (called Zagrebacki odrezak in Croatia), game goulash (really bad, would not recommend - meat is like a soil of a shoe) and pancakes (of course, what else could be a dessert here :)) with sabayon (wine sauce or chateaux as it is called here). It was, well, as expected. A sort of nostalgia and a comforting feeling runs through you while you eat. I would have normally given one star for this sort of cooking, but it would be an insult to an entire generation of home cooks in Croatia who cooked like this, including my family. So, out of respect for times passed and childhood memories, I give it three starts and invite you to come eat here and be nostalgic.
We need places like this to "madeleine" us back 30 years.
P.S. The view is really worth the visit, if only for a cup of coffee or a beer.
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