Great restaurant, very traditional with lovely cosy atmosphere. Staff very attentive & friendly. Menu is extensive with various vegetarian options & a selection for children too. Highly recommend. Great quality food.
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Lunch was terrific. We arrived in the town and walked around for an hour or so before settling down for lunch in this gorgeously authentic restaurant. The portions are large, the dishes well presented and the service swift and kind. It was a true pleasure....More
Restaurant is keeping its traditions as for 130 years, food is very good. The most fascinating is the Gingerbread museum where you can see and experience one of quite old traditional love gifts in Slovenia (also eatable...).
We were in a fabulous private room for 11, with a rustic decor, including a live fireplace (somewhat smoky). The extensive menu offered generous and great homemade cooking, with many national dishes. Good Merlot wine, divine pumpkin soup. Friendly staff.
Our tour group came here for a late lunch after being in the Lake Bled area. I believe all of us not only enjoyed seeing the expert ladies making the wonderful gingerbread items downstairs but all thought our lunch was delicious. The dessert of green...More
Gostilnia Lectar restaurant is in a nice small village. Service was good and the food was excellent. The meat with plumb inside was excellent. All of the food was traditional and excellent. The decorations in the reataurant are great and don’t miss the gingerbread museum...More
We decided to drive here on the way from Ljubljana to Bled and we were very pleased we did. The little town is lovely with a nice square and art on the outside walls. Lectar has lovely views while you are eating and very friendly...More
We joined the locals enjoying Sunday lunch in this wonderful old inn. With tables laden with bowls of dried pears and apples, walnuts scattered on the cloths we made a meal of local vegetables and delicious soups, mushroom and pumpkin each served in bowls of...More
Radovljica as a settlement around a church built at the behest of the Patriarchs of Aquileia in the March of Carniola was first mentioned in a 1296 deed, it received market rights from Duke Henry of Carinthia in 1333. In the 14th century it was...More