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After years manning the oven at O'Hara's, one of Marina Vanjka's apprentices has opened a place of his own – and it's even better. A swish-looking trattoria in the western suburbs of Zagreb, Public is well worth the trip, offering reliably good Neopolitan-style pies. Pizzas with oven-speckled crusts are served with gorgeously sloppy tomato sauce and real Mozzarella, ensuring the pizzas are squidgy and crispy in all the right places. The menu extends beyond pizzas, with a decent spread of starters (the carpaccio is especially nice) and a range of inventive pasta options. It's also got one of the best Croatian wine lists of any pizzeria in town. Most pizzas are priced around 50-60kn - a total bargain, really, for pizzas this outstandingly good.