One of the more difficult tasks you’ll face during your time in Zadar is selecting a restaurant to eat at. I can’t say that I have eaten at all restaurants in Zadar but I have gotten around to most. This said, I am a creature of habit and tend to have loyalty towards those restaurants that are consistently good…View Post
The 5th largest island in Croatia is less than an hour away from my home in Zadar, Island of Pag. My first experience with Pag was 11 years ago when I visited Zrce Beach, a few years before it became world famous. My memories back then were of unheard of three day long beach parties featuring Tiesto till dawn and…View Post
Compared to Split and Zagreb, Zadar’s gastro scene is still very under developed leaving many unexplored opportunities. When I first moved to Zadar last May, I noticed that there weren’t any Japanese restaurants and sushi was nowhere to be found, except for a random pop up at Hotel Bastion mid summer. When a couple of months back it was announced…View Post
Since Japanese cuisine is “on trend,” in Zagreb, there are several places where you can get sushi. For a more casual sushi experience, Ginger Sushi is perfect and well priced. However, if you’d like to dress up and pretend you’re going to Nobu in London for the night, Takenoko, Time and Khala are the places to go in Zagreb. Takenoko is…View Post
Located in a quiet pocket called Anica Bay in Croatia’s Kornati National Park is Konoba Levrnaka on Island Levrnaka. Surrounded by natural and unspoiled beauty, the restaurant is also a five minute walk from the island’s only sandy beach called “Lojena.” Each year the sea side restaurant lures in countless yachts, many of whom have booked a table in advance. Rumour has it that during peak season, you must book a table a month prior your visit, that is how busy they are...