Family-run restaurant in the heart of the ethno village Karanac. Locally grown produce takes center stage in the traditional, nearly forgotten recipes such as escargots in nettle sauce, fried acacia flower and unmissable fish and meat stews of hard-to-pronounce names (ask how fiš paprikaš and čobanac are to be uttered). Carp here is butterflied, veal prepared under a bell and noodles combined with poppy seeds for an unexpectedly good dessert.
Come nightfall, dine to the live weekend performances of a lively Roma band. Warmer days invite guests to the open-space dining area over which old walnut trees cast a most enjoyable shade. The youngsters will find hours of fun on the restaurant’s playground.
Named best restaurant of the Osijek-Baranja County in 2012 and one of the Top 100 restaurants in Croatia in 2013.
The Street of Bygone Times
An entire “street” in the restaurant’s courtyard recollecting olden crafts. A museum of sorts, its seven granaries house a pottery, cabinetmaking, coopers’ and weavers’ workshop as well as a barbershop and tavern. Traditional mud-and-chaff architecture is showcased via the old mill and blacksmith’s shop. Do not miss the icehouse to see how the ice from the Danube was kept.
Monday to Thursday: 11: 00-22: 00
Friday-Saturday: 11: 00-01: 00
Sunday: 11:00 to 17:00