Where to eat and drink in Zagreb

Zagreb has undergone a fast rediscovery over the last couple of years. A steady investment in art, cultural incentives and gastronomy has made it more widely recognised, attracting visitors who may have traditionally favoured other popular Croatian areas such as Dubrovnik and Split. Come 2015, it’s a go-to city break destination. Whether it’s exploring the area’s mix of Austro-Hungarian architecture, learning how the medieval part of the city protected itself from witches or enjoying the local outdoor flower and meat markets, there’s something for everyone.

Yet one thing few visitors can resist is a place’s gastronomy. Zagreb is a year-round outdoor city, and with that comes a strong food and drink scene. Whilst your stomach may not be big enough to take them all in, I’ve rounded up a few key strongholds that represent the best of what the capital has to offer.