Another addition to Zagreb’s growing roster of bistros with a twist, Kiša opts for a menu of healthy mid-priced food with a Russian-Caucasian slant. Nettle soup and borscht feature regularly among the hearty soups; Georgian hachapuri (bread with cheese and egg) and Azerbaidjani kutabi (ravioli-style parcels filled with meat or spinach) are the more exotic of the mains. There’s a charming unorthodoxy to the interior decor too: light fittings come in the form of coffee mugs and tea cups hanging upside down from the ceiling; mood music is provided by a vinyl turntable and heap of LPs beside the bar.
Stara Vlaška 43
|Opening hours:||Noon-10pm Mon-Sat|