Fine dining/conceptual
Mladen Šustić
Price range:

Gault&Millau: Zagreb POP

Right next to the Stone Gate, in an old venue full of wine spirit, there is Trilogija, a place where time has stopped, and you don’t actually know whether you will exit into the 19th or 21st century. Of the three soups, we choose the fish one. A fair portion, the soup is not a classical clear one but it’s more like a brudet stew, whole shellfish nicely decorate the plate, and a pleasant surprise are two types of Istrian olive oils Cuj that come to the table right away when you are seated.

The starters offer include beef and fish carpaccio, tagliatelle pasta with shellfish, grilled frog legs, as well as scrambled eggs with asparagus, whilst the main dishes are mainly represented by risottos, although meat and fish dishes are also well present. Between the recommended duck breast and pork fillet, we however chose pljukanci pasta with boškarin Istrian beef. The waiter politely suggested truffles instead of spices, and also suggested the house wine, a 2008 Plavac from the island of Vis. The wine list has more than one hundred wines, while the beer offer is small and consists of local craft beers from Istria.

Pljukanci pasta with boškarin Istrian beef were served in a very simple way, and the dish is so aromatic and tasty that it needs no decoration. The perfect meat sauce, thick and dark, is full of aromas and flavours, ideally timed pljukanci pasta resist just enough, and there is a pinch of parsley on top - just to cheer up the plate.

Trilogija is not a designer bistro restaurant, they are here for the food. The sauce of the gods that you wish to break down into atoms to find out the formula of perfection that raises the level high. An excellent blend of long-cooked ingredients that have merged into a perfect whole.

In the end, the specialty of the house, a very tiny semifreddo with hazelnuts and pumpkin oil - we are now in brown and grey tones with a deep green topping.

The final impression is pleasant, relaxing, everything was smooth. In the vicinity there are Zagreb’s beautiful cultural monuments, the hubbub of curious people is everywhere, but you don’t feel threatened. Indeed. We remember the fantastic boškarin and we await the novelties on the menu.

-- Your Gourmet 365

Contact number: 01/4851-394



Working hours: Monday - Saturday: 11:00 AM- 12:00 AM
Sunday: 11:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Region: City of Zagreb

Address: Kamenita 5; 10000 Zagreb

Capacity: 30

Price range: 100-200kn

Restaurant description:

In the immediate vicinity of the Stone Gate, this restaurant is decorated and furnished in accordance with the tradition and mystique of the Upper Town. The space in two separated units offers a casual wine bar variety, an uninhibited and relaxed enjoyment, with a large selection of wines served by glass, malt whiskeys, cognacs, and ports.
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