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L'avis de Gault&Millau
Baranjska Kuća is a family owned restaurant located in the ethno village of Karanac in the heart of Baranja, in the middle of the wine-growing region. The inside of the restaurant has a capacity for 120 people, while the large courtyard in hot weather serves as a terrace. Make sure to take a walk around the so-called The street of forgotten time, located behind the courtyard, and in which are various workshops of old crafts: carpentry, pottery, weaving, barber shop and an old inn. Near the restaurant are also 7 decorated rooms with about 20 beds, where you can spend the night. As in most Baranja restaurants, you can taste traditionally prepared river fish dishes (perkelt, fish paprikash, grilled fish, etc.), as well as meat and venison dishes. For appetisers, we enjoyed warm and crunchy homemade bread topped with homemade fresh cow cheese with garlic and finely ground pepper. After that, we tried veal from a bread oven with potatoes and venison goulash. The veal pieces were melted in the mouth, while the venison goulash was well balanced and not too intensely seasoned. The selection of wines is not large, there are about twenty types of mostly regional, but increasingly well-known wineries. Cuvée of the Josić winery can also be ordered on glasses and is excellent paired with veal and goulash. We rounded up our lunch with antique desserts: jam pillows and noodles with poppy seeds and blue plum compote. This truly special place with traditional dishes at affordable prices is ideal for daily family trips, romantic meetings or celebrations with more people.