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The latest venture from Dino Galvagno (the power behind highly-praised eatery Prasac), 5/4 or ‘The Fifth Quarter’ opened in 2013 and established itself almost immediately as Zagreb’s latest must-eat culinary sensation. It’s certainly a unique place to dine: with twigs and leaves stuck to the wall, the interior looks like a cross between a contemporary art installation and a…

Dukljaninova 1, Zagreb More info
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The brightest spot on the gentrifying Tkalčićeva thoroughfare, Agava offers a professional and cosmopolitan approach to dining. It comprises a cabin-like main interior and the terrace below. The menu features starters such as mushroom carpaccio at 45kn; a good choice of pastas and risottos from 70kn, and a dozen or so mains (baked octopus 90kn;…

9am-11pm daily
Tkalčićeva 39 More info


It’s all change at Bogovićeva 3, the prominent restaurant location previously occupied by folksy Adriatic eatery Tratoria al Pittor. Dark woods, low tables and paper-screen partitions bring a touch of Far-Eastern authenticity to this new Japanese-themed venture. As expected, sashimi and sushi are the main stars of the show; ramen noodle soups, yakitori grilled meats, and a few Oriental-Adriatic fusion dishes…

Open 10am-midnight Mon-Thur; 1oam-1am Fri & Sat; 10am-11pm Sun
Bogovićeva 3, Zagreb More info
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Apetit City
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Having spent several years building a solid culinary reputation in Zagreb‘s northern suburbs, the Bistro Apetit team have opened a branch in the centre. Bustling, busy but also moderately smart, Apetit City is intended for lunching city folk as well as more romantically inclined evening diners. The menu charts a course between modern European and traditional…

12:00 - 24:00 Mon-Thur; 12:00 - 02:00 Fri & Sat
Obrtnički prolaz 7 More info


Opened in the 1970s in Zelengaj Park and in the woods, AS is a pillar of the seafood dining scene in Zagreb. The interior is quite ornate, with white-linen tablecloths, oil paintings and a marble fireplace. In summer, diners clamour for the leafy terrace. The menu choices – top-class white fish from the Adriatic, lobster,…

10am-midnight daily
Zelengaj 2A More info
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This rustic-style restaurant attracts an upmarket clientele to its little Kaptol courtyard with its international offerings, traditional grills, seafood and regional meats from Zagorje and Slavonia. Duck, lamb and turkey are also featured. Service and presentation are impeccable, allowing the bill to creep up to 300kn a head with wine, but carnivores won’t begrudge it…

noon-midnight Mon-Sat; noon-5pm Sun
Nova Ves 4 More info

Binimoto Sushi

One of the better take-out sushi places in town, Binimoto sells a range of sushi-selection bento boxes in the 30-70Kn range: salmon Rhapsody at 50Kn is your best bet for a varied lunchtime snack. If sushi is not your style, pick up a pot of chicken chirashi with rice for 26Kn, or opt for a tofu-and-greenery salad for 14kn. It’s also one of the few places in Zagreb that sells Asahi beer.

11am-11pm Mon-Sat
Teslina 14, Zagreb More info

Bistro Apetit
Critics choice

Winner of newspaper ‘Jutarnji List”s inaugural Top 100 Croatian Restaurants list in 2012, Bistro Apetit offers superb standards of food, wine and service – standards imposed by Austrian chef and owner Christian Cabalier, previously of Vienna’s Cantinetta Antinori. One key to its success is the location, hidden in a hedged garden on a tranquil residential…

10am-2am Tue-Sun
Jurjevska 65A More info

Bistro Bardot

French owned and with a French-themed menu, Bardot is an informal and welcoming place in which to sample classic European cuisine without dipping too deeply into your wallet. The changing menu, chalked up every day, usually features a balance of classic lamb, poultry, steak, and, erm, horse dishes that you might not find elsewhere in Zagreb.…

10am-midnight Tues-Fri; noon-midnight Sat; 9.30am-4pm Sun.
Ilica 73, Zagreb More info

Bistro Fotić

Housed in an extension of the Foto Club Zagreb café, this imaginative new leap into Zagreb’s growing bistro culture goes for the keep-things-simple approach, with a small menu of 5-6 mains (at least one risotto, at least one stew, at least one grilled meat dish with nothing over 60Kn), all of which are prepared an presented with…

8am-11pm Mon-Sat
Gajeva 25, Zagreb More info
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