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L'avis de Gault&Millau
As this year, due to the lockdown, we couldn’t unfortunately visit Terbotz, we publish the review and the score by Gault&Millau Croatia 2020.
The view from the terrace of Terbotz Restaurant in Štrigova is breathtaking: the green vineyards on the hills of Železna Gora Mountain blend in with the blue sunny sky. But even more admirable is the property of the Jakopić family, a Terbotz restaurant built on the grounds of the 200 - year - old Terbotz Curia, part of which still stands on the property as a protected cultural monument. The courtyard is large and beautiful, the old well with benches for a break from the walk is a postcard scene, and a large terrace along the entire side of the restaurant entices guests as soon as the warmer days begin. For decades, Jakopic’s generations have been producing wines, their 2015 picking of Graševina has been rewarded by Decanter, and new generations of the family have also added food to the wine. For almost two decades, along with a wine cellar and tasting room, there has been a traditional restaurant. Authentic, based on old Međimurje recipes, slightly neglected foods such as buckwheat and millet, home-grown meat and fresh vegetables and fruits grown on the family estate. The shift towards modernity can only be seen on the plates: everything is beautifully served, simply decorated with some flowers or mint and basil leaves. The dishes coming out of the kitchen of young chef Silvija Horak look very desirable and represent truly unique flavors of Međimurje. Prepetena soup with small strudel served in clay bowls, with the addition of a little sour cream, dried meat and red pepper is very tasty, as the beautifully baked pork fillet served with barley porridge, root vegetables and fine baking sauce. Međimurje gibanica with homemade pumpkin ice cream sprinkled with coarsely minced pumpkin seeds is a trademark of Međimurje cuisine. Its ingredients (pulled dough, poppy seeds, nuts, cheese, apples) are quite filling, but in Terbotz’s performance this dessert is light. The restaurant bakes four types of bread every day. Along with the wine labels from their winery, they also offer a solid selection of other winemakers from Međimurje, and you will get a professional recommendation on pairing wines and food flavours when choosing a meal. The cozy and warm atmosphere of the rustic restaurant, the friendly staff, the flavours to remember and the decent prices make this place unique.