Baderna is a village in Istria region of Croatia. The settlement is administered as a part of the City of Poreč and the Istria County. According to the 2011 census, the village has 240 inhabitants. It is connected by the D21 road.
4 based on 236 reviews
Just came back from the Fjord, because the Viking was closed. I have always preferred the Viking, cause the Fjord looks somehow socialistic to me - large concrete Terrace, dark woods inside... Anyway, the oysters were superb, when we ordered, the waiter said they have just sold out the daily inventory, sat in a car and drove 150m away to buy the oysters from a fisherman that farm the oysters here. Ten minutes later, they came to our table, chilled on ice, just fresh from the sea. Now, where can u get this ?
Grancevolo was juicy and sweet, almost perfect, so the only objection I have is that the bottle of an extra virgin olive oil on the table was translucent and not dimmed. Staff very pro.
4 based on 375 reviews
We have known this marvellous restaurant for 17 years and we're always fully satisfied. We always have mixed mussels and bavette alto mate (with lobster). We hope that the quality will remain the same for many more years and the chef waiter also
A popular German magazine called it the best fish restaurant in Istria. Although we don't know all for us it's true.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Have had great meals here in the past on a number of occasions but yesterday we had to wait for an hour and a quarter for our food and judging by others experiences it seems we may have been 'lucky' with some of them waiting close to 2 hours!
We arrived without pre booking but they had a table for us, showed us to the table and left us..... We had to summon them over to take an order, the drinks arrived fairly promptly but then nothing, no apology or explanation for the delay at all. We were left waiting, and waiting and waiting.....
Eventually some food arrived, two pasta dishes, but nothing for the rest of us, that took another 10 minutes!
What a shame as other than an odd tasting carbonara the food was actually really quite good, the pizza's especially.
But why did we have to wait so long and without apology or explanation, lousy service!
4.5 based on 183 reviews
We were here twice and we loved it very much. Not because it's our friend restaurant, It's because of high quallity food. We took some mixed menues and unfortunatly I don't remember what we were eating (names and ingredients) but I have some photos and you can see that it's all kinda food on plates. It's very very delicious and I recommend this place for everyone who loves to try something new. Bravo Domagoj! :)
4.5 based on 643 reviews
Konoba Daniela is a family-run and owned restaurant just a few kilometers outside Poreč. You can surely feel the family vibe of this place since everybody is really friendly and nice, relaxed and wearing a smile, even when the place is crowded. I can appreciate that.
The most important tip I can give you is - make a reservation. Konoba has a big covered outdoor Terrace but during the season, they extend it to the garden as well and that’s where we were seated.
The place is very crowded and I got the feeling that a lot of locals eat here as well, which I took as a really good sign.
We tried a cold plate (cheese and prosciutto) and marinated sardines (“srdele na savor”; 35 kuna/less than 5 euro) as an appetizer, together with some table wine (malvazija). Definitely try the sardines since the dish is very authentic and unusual (fried sardines marinated in onion, garlic, herbs, wine, lemon and oranges).
For the main course we had steak in mushroom sauce (125 kuna/17 euro) and fuži (pasta) with black truffles (95 kuna/13 euro). Steak was perfectly done, very tender and juicy, and the pasta was good as well.
They offer a wide range of meat dishes (from 60 kuna/8 euro for ćevapćići and kebabs to steak with truffles for 155 kuna/21 euro) as well as fish and other seafood (1 kg of white fish is 330 kuna/45 euro). Their signature dish is steak tartare and they prepare it in front of you which is a really nice touch. Steak tartare for 2 persons is 135 kuna/19 euro.
For dessert we had a fruit/chocolate/caramel cake which was a bit too sweet for my taste but excellent choice for my “sweet tooth” partner.
I can say that konoba Daniela offers a good value for money and I would surely visit again when in area.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
I visited this restaurant with my wife and two kids (10,15). First, the location is much silent from the others busy places. The team are so pleased and welcome. Ana, our waitress was just great, very helpful and easy talking. We ate pitza, spaghetti and Turkey. The food was also very good. Pitza normal is very big. They aren't accept credit cards but you can pay in KN and euro as well by cash.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Nice place to come for lunch if you plan on visiting Porec during your trip. This is in a nearby town called Visnjan and a very nice tavern. Good lunch options mainly meat based, but they also have truffle pasta (Pjukanci) which was very nice. Good service and people. Very reasonable
4 based on 35 reviews
We were looking for this konoba in Sveti Lovrec when visiting this little pleasant town. This restaurant however is not in Sveti Lovrec, but in the village Klostar, some miles away from Sveti Lovrec. As it was a hot day and we were not by car, we dropped the plan to go there.
4.5 based on 110 reviews
Konoba "Milena" was opened in 1986 and is managed by the Stefanov family.Here you can taste typical Istrian specialities, locally made wines and brandies,olive oil with gold medal and among other things the hosts also offer homemade cheese,pasta,bread,foie gras,Istrian Beef BOSKARIN, organic vegetables from them garden and specially prepared white dried cod.In Konoba "Milena" 60 guests can be seated in an original atmosphere which comprises a main restaurant and a separate room with an open fire, from where one can get a beautiful view out to the sea.On the outdoor Terrace under the shadow of fir trees 80 people can be comfortably seated and be able to enjoy one of the prettiest sunsets in the Adriatic.
Great location for visiting the hilltop villages as well as coastal resorts like Porec - all within 30 min drive. It was incredibly peaceful and felt very wholesome to be staying within a real local community. The management/owners were delightful and couldnt be more helpful. Additionally they run a great no-fuss reasonably priced restaurant that is only open in the evening. Everything is slapped on the barbecue - steaks, fish, seafood and served fresh as can be, including products from their Gardens. The accommodation was very good value although very dated and we struggled with the tiny bathroom but for the price, everything was fine. I think it was a shame that the exterior areas including the little swimming pool looked derelict - the chairs and loungers were all broken and dirty, old rusty pipes lying around the unkempt grass area which altogether did not look very inviting. We did use the pool on a couple of occasions and it was clean enough. There was no where to really sit outside except in the evening restaurant at the large wooden bench tables. The kitchen corner had a fridge so that was a real bonus as well as kettle and other utensils should you want to knock up a light lunch so anyone on a budget, this would be handy.
Its a very good value local venue to rest your head whilst the days are spent out and about.
4.5 based on 100 reviews
If you want to eat tasty and delicious food you have to visit Konoba Jadruhi! I was with my boyfriend here and was pleased by its tasty istrian food, romantic atmosphere and traditional interior. Our dishes were so delicious that it is impossible to describe...MoreWe want to thank you from the bottom of our heart for your review in helping us to improve your trust! We are really glad when our guests are so satisfied. Hope to see you again in konoba Jadruhi! Best regards!
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