Travel 1 minute 22 March 2019

The 5 Best Restaurants in Croatia

Where to dine in this European country.

Eastern Europe

Located on the Adriatic Sea in Southeast Europe, Croatia is home to a burgeoning restaurant scene. This attribute was cemented by Michelin inspectors inclusion of three additional Michelin-starred restaurants in the country's 2019 guide.

Whether you're traveling along the coast or visiting the capital city, here's where to eat.

360˚

Dubrovnik

What Our Inspectors Say: "A striking restaurant built into the historic town walls sit on the curved battlement terrace for an impressive view of the old port. The sexy cocktail bar and lounge has intimate booths and the modern open kitchen features a decorative tank teeming with fish. Classic dishes are presented in a modern style."

Draga di Lovrana

Lovran

What Our Inspectors Say: "The chef prioritizes locally sourced produce in recipes which are balanced and of the highest quality, creating modern, imaginative and highly memorable dishes. Breathtaking location, with views from the dining room and outdoor terrace, plus a choice of attractive guestrooms."

Monte

Rovinj

What Our Inspectors Say:
"The cool, contemporary style of this softly lit, romantic restaurant comes as a contrast to the old town, in whose enchanting lanes it is hidden. Creative and occasionally theatrical, the cooking is also somewhat of a surprise using modern techniques to create beautifully presented, flavor-filled dishes."

Noel

Zagreb

What Our Inspectors Say:
"A fashionable restaurant with soft lighting and trendy, internationally inspired furnishings, where guests can enjoy exciting, colorful cuisine prepared by the owner-chef. The delicious modern and creative dishes served here are accompanied by a selection of Croatian, French and Italian wines carefully chosen by the sommelier-partner."

Pelegrini

Šibenik

What Our Inspectors Say: "Situated opposite the beautiful cathedral of St. James, this restaurant has a few small tables arranged outside on the steps in summer and is named after the fine old building in which it is housed. The decor here is a light, elegant mix of old and new and the service excellent. 'Rudi' Stefan, the self-taught owner-chef, puts plenty of energy into expressing the best of himself and the region, creating modern meat and fish dishes from top-quality ingredients. The tasting menu allows you to create your own dining experience by choosing the exact number of courses you require and the individual dishes which tempt you."

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