Time Out says
Zagreb’s most famous patisserie has been a family business since the 1930s and remains very much of its era, with Art-Deco fittings, marble-effect tables and low wooden stools. As well as being a dependable source of satisfyingly moussy cheesecakes and velvety chocolate tortes Orijent has built its reputation on a creative repertoire of own-recipe desserts – as exemplified by the Cirus (18kn), a creamy custard with strawberry pieces wrapped in a light crust. Orijent is also one of the best places in town for artisan ice cream, with traditional vanilla and chocolate flavours joined by a clutch of experimental recipes. Plum and adzuki bean might not be everyone’s favourite ice-cream combination, but the Key Lime is a perennial winner.