Consisting of a wooden-shed bar surrounded by a scattering of stools and chairs, the al-fresco Kava Tava delivers just about everything that makes a good café – except, arguably, for four walls and a roof. It occupies the north-western curve of Britanski trg, the square that hosts a Monday-to-Saturday fruit and veg market and a hugely popular collectors’ fair on Sunday mornings. What makes Kava Tava unique in Zagreb‘s cafe-land is the all-day breakfast menu, comprising eggs and bacon, eggs and sausage, cereals and muesli. Sandwiches, hot dogs, burgers and pršut platters are also on offer. Otherwise the quality coffee will keep you motoring, and there’s a full range of wines and beers (including Leffe, Erdinger and Paulaner). It’s as popular in winter as it is in summer, with mulled wine and shots of Istrian rakija warming the cockles.