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Kazbek Dining Experience

The rich and varied gastronomic cultures of Croatia are not only served at Hotel Kazbek they are proudly presented in their full and glorious light. Croatian cuisine is heterogeneous, and is therefore known as "the cuisine of regions". The cuisine reflects the influence of various cultures, having distinctive regional qualities.

Along the Dalmatian coast the cuisine tends to be Mediterranean. Northern and eastern Croatian cuisine tends to be heartier, showing the influences of Hungary and Austria. The different areas of Croatia offer an amazing array of delectable produce, grown on the small farmsteads, fished from the deep blue waters or lovingly made from recipes passed down through centuries.

Our menu reflects a pride in Croatian cuisine and produce. Our ingredients are the finest and freshest available, and of course are all locally produced.

The Kazbek Hotel in Dubrovnik is proud to present three elegant dining & cocktail venues in Dubrovnik:

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The Kazbek Restaurant

The Kazbek restaurant, located on the ground level in the hotel is very appreciated because of the old stone vault creating a peaceful and historic atmosphere.

The Courtyard Terrace

The Courtyard Terrace located within the walls of Kazbek offers a relaxed ambience surrounded by lush Mediterranean vegetation. Soak up the morning sun while enjoying your breakfast and experience the colours of the Croatian cuisine in the cozy and romantic evening atmosphere.

The Balcony

When you are ready for cocktails and conversation, our lovely Balcony Terrace overlooking the lively Gruz Bay is a perfect venue. A comfortable lounge setting and unique evening illumination create an unforgettable atmosphere while enjoying our wide selection of cocktails and sweets.


Dining at Hotel Kazbek in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Istrian pasta with asparagus and black truffles

The truffle is always an inexhaustible source of culinary achievements, from appetizers to salads and main dishes to deserts. Did you know that the Istrian truffle is one of the most appreciated in the world? Why wouldn’t try it in our combination with traditional Istrian pasta, bacon, champignons and asparagus?

Lamb skewers with mint sauce

Prepared in sweet – sour mint sauce, this was a beloved dish served at the tables of old Dubrovnik nobility.

Pag cheese

People from Pag are proud of this heritage. They have benefited from pastures made rich by medicinal herbs and sea salt drifted in by the Bura wind. Thus Pag cheese, Paski sir, is the most renowned in Croatia.

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