From a simple cycling stop to the top-notch culinary place
I first heard for the log cabin Grič, when I started with my cycling activities. A small, hilly village Šentjošt nad Horjulom, about 26 kilometers out of Ljubljana, was my daily climb. At the top of the village stood a small log cabin, where I always stopped before driving back home. This stop was the log cabin Grič.
Whenever I did a break there, enjoying the views over the countryside, I had never thought that foreign media and culinary magazines all over the world will soon become so inspired over “my” bike stop.
This family run restaurant was nothing special then and it was more or less just a convenient cycling stop for everyone, coming by bike from Ljubljana. But ever since Luka Košir, the chef, took over the kitchen, it has rapidly started to become one of the best restaurants in Slovenia.