Learn about the best that Ljubljana has to offer in terms of gastronomy. Check out the restaurants that have been rated as the best by local experts and awarded a Ljubljana Quality Mark.
On Fridays from mid-March to October, the Ljubljana Central Market hosts a street food market that you simply should not miss. At the market, called Open Kitchen, you can experience the delights of freshly cooked food prepared by different Slovenian chefs right there in front of you, on the market stalls.
Autumn in Ljubljana is the ideal time to enjoy good food and Slovenian wines. Homemade food from the countryside floods the central and other city markets. Besides that, Autumn is the time when most traditional culinary and wine events take place.
The culinary diversity of Ljubljana can also be experienced at numerous small restaurants and bistros offering a wide and varied choice of food and good wines.
Get to know some of Ljubljana's traditional dishes that are still being prepared today, mostly using modern cooking methods. Check out the list of restaurants where you can treat yourself to a typical Ljubljana lunch.
Even though Central Slovenia is not a wine-growing region, Ljubljana has been awarded the international title of a "City of Vine and Wine", and that is no coincidence.
Traditional Slovenian cuisine and its modern variants reflect the huge diversity of Slovenia's landscape found in a relatively small area.
- Asian cuisine
- Balkan cuisine
- Breakfast restaurants
- Cake shops
- Delis and shops selling Slovenian foods
- Fast food
- Fine dining restaurants
- Fish restaurants
- Flavors of Central Slovenia
- Holiday Farms
- International cuisine
- Ljubljana Quality: Restaurants
- Mediterranean cuisine
- Mexican cuisine
- Pizza restaurants
- Restaurants open on Sundays
- Slovenian cuisine
- Taste Ljubljana
- Vegetarian cuisine
- Wine bars & shops