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What's new in Slovenia?

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toniad Aug 17, 2011 04:29 PM

Heading to Slovenia (all over) in September. There hasn't been a post on Chow since 2010. What's new? Where are 'must try' places for dinner or lunch? High or low end. Just yummy food.

TK

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    randyqx Apr 14, 2012 06:56 PM

    Gostlina Sokol may be very traditional, and it certainly is kitch and has the local crowd. But most of the food is rather bland and heavy, which is traditional I fear. The safest entrée may be the mushroom soup in a bread cup. And the main the fish for two.

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      Aishling Aug 19, 2011 09:49 AM

      The only place we have been to this year is Pri Lojzetu in Zemona/Dornberk, a little off the beaten track but so worth the effort.

      In Ljubljana - Pri Skofu and Gostlina Sokol, and in Radovljica, a 10 minute drive south of Bled there is Gostlina Lectar

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        toniad Sep 2, 2011 05:17 PM

        Thank you very much! Pri Lojzetu looks amazing. And we'll be in Ljubljana for a few days so those are really helpful too.

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