Time Out says
The latest talk of the town when it comes to cakes, Mala Truba (“Blow Your Little Trumpet” might be a creative translation) is located up an alley behind Mercante, a shopping mall much used by locals but in which tourists rarely tread. Imaginative, own-recipe cheesecakes, tortes and biscuits fill a small glass counter; there’s a tiny ledge outside where you can stand and scoff them. Signature treats include Fjorin (20kn), a soft succulent almond cake; and Orlandina (24kn), a delectable finger of raspberry mousse atop a crunchy chocolatey base. Sweets apart, Mala Truba also does a superb sour-dough loaf (though beware it sells out by lunchtime) and occasional savoury specials such as soparnik (the delicious garlic-and-swiss chard pie indigenous to Dalmatia).