Konoba Didov San

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This might be one of the cosiest locales in Zagreb – on a narrow passage among the cobbled streets behind St Mark's Church and the Croatian Parliament in the Upper Town. But even as quaint as this is, the food matches it. This is Dalmatian food with a Neretva Valley twist. Frogs' legs with prosciutto and eels speak of the owner's heritage and may not be for everyone but other choices such as pasta with snails (75kn), the veal (70kn) and baked lamb for two (170kn) are also well-prepared. The interior is faux Neretva village, with stone walls, red-checked tablecloths and dried tobacco leaves hanging from sturdy wooden beams. A meal for two with a litre of good house wine will run between 200kn and 250kn.


Venue name: Konoba Didov San
Address: Mletačka 11

Opening hours: 10am-midnight daily
Transport: All trams to main square then funicular

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Andrija M

Traditional restaurant which offers specialties of the Dalmatian hinterland, it is best to order the roasted meat with potatoes, which they call PEKA

Leonard T

This place is nestled along a quiet street just outside of downtown. The decor is very charming. It looks like you're stepping back in time. My girlfriend and I showed up around 7 PM on a Thursday and there was almost no one there. By the time we left the place was full to the brim with people of all different nationalities. The waiter spoke good English.

We ordered the donuts and cheese, Grandpa's Pan and the pork wrapped in bacon and stuffed with cheese. I ordered a Tomislav dark Royal Beer. It was pretty good and a nice example of beer that isn't the norm. The donuts were great. Pretty much fried dough with feta-like cheese on the side. We got 7 or 8 very large donuts. It's a great value. Grandpa's pan was good. The bacon and beef fat saturated the vegetables and eating them with the included potatoes was the best part. The bacon was undercooked and the beef was very gritty but the veggies and potatoes saved it. The pork was incredible. The bacon and pork were cooked perfectly. Couldn't help but eat the whole thing.

The meal was reasonably priced. We paid about 230 Kuna. Just like most places in Croatia we had to flag the waiter down to pay. I left a 10% tip.