Klobasarna, located on the premises of a once famous watchmaker's shop, is a fast food restaurant offering the best known traditional Slovenian dish, the Carniolan sausage.
The restaurant's menu is simple: it includes the original, high quality Carniolan sausage, recognized as a product with Protected Geographical Indication, served with a fresh Kaiser roll, fine mustard, and fresh horseradish.
The knowledge of making Carniolan sausages originates from the centuries-old tradition of the winter pig slaughter known as 'koline', which was our ancestors' biggest and most important non-religious holiday of the year. The sausage, made to a special recipe dating back to the early 19th century, was named 'Carniolan' after the Austro-Hungarian province of Carniola, which comprised a large part of the present Slovenia.
Typical Ljubljana dishes: kranjska klobasa (pork and bacon sausage), štruklji (with cottage cheese), ričet (pearl barley stew with smoked pork).