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L'avis de Gault&Millau
As this year, due to the lockdown, we couldn’t unfortunately visit the restaurant Dubravkin put, we publish the review and the score by Gault&Millau Croatia 2020.
The restaurant is located in the beautiful relaxing surroundings of the Tuškanac forest in Zagreb. It is especially nice in the summer on the terrace, while the view on the surrounding forest through the large glass walls, represents the most beautiful decoration of the interior, simply and modernly decorated. The lighting is subtle, the setting luxurious. The tables are set up very discretely so you can enjoy your food and conversation with ease. The wine list of the restaurant is made of local and foreign wines, clearly presented by country and region, with a large number of special varieties, such as sweet and sparkling wines and champagnes. The kitchen offers a modern interpretation of traditional dishes, mostly Mediterranean but also continental, using seasonal ingredients from small local producers. The lunch offer is slightly different from the dinner offer, it is more affordable, while the evening menu is much more ambitious. The menu includes fish and meat dishes, fresh fish daily and aged pieces of local and foreign meat. The celery and potato soup with black truffle was delicious. For the main course we tried both meat and fish creations. Bruschetta with cooked ham hock, pickled onions, pressed melted cheese and horseradish in trace, was a rather unusual combination. We also tasted grilled Adriatic tuna steak: they did not ask us how we wanted it done, but it was well baked and juicy, but maybe served with too many extras. The exquisite and attractively presented desserts of pastry chef Robert Bašić change depending on the season, and the overall impression of lunch was improved thanks to the chestnut tiramisu. Light chestnut and mascarpone cream with biscotti savoiardi, Granny Smith apple and chocolate, stood out for its layered flavour. The waiter showed a good knowledge of the wine and the recommenda-tion with the main course was excellent. We cannot help but feel that Dubravkin put, with its wonderful ambience for summer and winter enjoyment of food and wine, still has room to enhance its gastronomic creations.