Time Out says
Tuck into traditional family food
In a town developed for package tourism during the 1970s and 1980s, Hrast has been an independent and homely exception to menus with numbered photographs and one-time visits. Unveiled in 1971, its terrace with a perfect view of the historic centre of Poreč just around the bay, Hrast insists on producing as much as possible in-house. This includes the Istrian fuži pasta twists, the njoki dumplings, the cheese ravioli and even the bread you’ll be served – not to mention the Muscat wine and olive-oil cake, arancini riceballs and shrimp soup. Don’t miss out, either, on the prawns in brandy or fish al forno. There’s meat too – the veal medallions in red-wine sauce is recommended. Oh, and course, it’s all family-run.