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Pasta with truffles
Pasta with truffle sauce at Gina

The dining scene is highly developed in and around Pula and provides excellent value for money. Yes, you can eat meat but you'll miss out on some world-class seafood. See more on Istrian cuisine.

Here are some of my favorite best restaurants in Pula:

Fantasia
Just a little out of the town centre, this is a very familial restaurant. Try the beefsteak flambe in asparagus, mushrooms and prsut sauce.

Gina
Stoja 23
It's a lovely place of old-fashioned decor in the Stoja neighbourhood. Try the ravioli with crabs, the homemade pasta with scampi or the lavender ice cream with figs and pine nuts.

Milan
Part of the hotel of the same name, this restaurant is highly regarded, especially for the scampi risotto.

 

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