Don’t feel like cooking?
As Dubrovacki Dnevnik writes on the 18th of October, 2017, Dubrovnik’s popular Good Food Festival includes promotional 100 kuna menus in 28 Dubrovnik restaurants. This wide variety of flavours and experiences truly has something for everyone.
The Healthy Food and Homemade Food Fair that started last Monday on Pile (western entrance to Old City) has already naturally attracted a large number of visitors, an achievement it always manages to maintain year after year. Local, ecologically grown and traditionally prepared products are on offer, including home-made jams, honey, liqueurs, wine, cheeses, prosciutto and much more. The Days of Slavonian Cuisine at Mimoza Restaurant is an opportunity to taste the ”other side of Croatia”, far from the Adriatic, and to indulge in typical Slavonian dishes made according to their traditional, original recipes, accompanied by selected wines from Ilok, excellent prices, and the sound of the tamburitza for a completely Slavonian atmosphere, what could be better?
Feeling a bit British? The ”Afternoon Tea at the Hilton Imperial Hotel” promises a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere where one can enjoy tea with a variety of snacks including: mini scones, a large macaroon selection, chocolate cake and some interesting mini sandwiches: from cucumbers to cream cheese, smoked salmon and butter, to prosciutto and mustard. This cute addition to the festival offering will allow you to enjoy delicious delicacies and hot drinks at more than affordable prices. Is this your thing? Visit Pastry and cocktail bar Slatki kantun, Hotel More, Pupica, Aperativ Bar Natali (Grand Hotel Park) and Restaurant Tramonto (Sunset Beach Dubrovnik).
The “Sights & Bites” gastronomic tour is a specially designed excursion which focuses on the heart of Dubrovnik’s UNESCO Old City and lasts about two hours, during this tour you’ll get better acquainted with the delicious traditional specialties of Croatia’s southernmost region while hearing the stories of the fascinating, rich history of Dubrovnik. There will also be food tasting in many places, including three top Dubrovnik restaurants offering local delicacies, a main course and dessert. Wine tasting at Dubrovnik’s wine bars will be offered at four popular Dubrovnik wine bars – Matuško Wine Bar, Gatsby Wine and Food Bar, Razonoda Wine Bar and Škar Wine Bar.
The promotional 100 kuna festival menus have already made themselves the top tradition of Dubrovnik’s Good Food Festival and have become an indispensable part of the program and they are the creation of thirty talented Dubrovnik chefs.
The participating restaurants are: Azur, Banje Beach, Oyster & Sushi Bar Bota, Chihuahua Cantina Mexicana, Dalmatian, Domino, Gatsby Wine and Food Bar, Arsenal, Incredible India, Jesuits, Clarion, Lajk, Magellan, Marijin Castle – Beach bistro Miramare – Hotel Valamar Dubrovnik President, Mosch, Nishta, Orka, Orsan, Pantarul, Porat, Rozario, Ruzmarin, Stara Loza, Taj Mahal (Hotel Lero), Taj Mahal – (Old City), Tavul and Zuzori.
The Tourist Board of the City of Dubrovnik has extended its thanks to all the restaurants, wine bars, hotels and other establishments across the city who have supported and subsequently enriched this much-loved local festival and with their participation.