Local ingredients and top-notch preparation at affordable prices.
Radol'ca's Month of Cuisine takes place every year in November when the nine participating Taste Radol'ca restaurants invite you to try their special set-price menus prepared using traceable ingredients.
Visit at least five different Taste Radol'ca restaurants in November, collect a stamp at each one, and be in with a chance of winning culinary prizes. All those who collect at least five stamps will be entered into a draw. In addition, all those who collect at least five stamps will receive two vouchers which can be exchanged for food at the Taste Radol'ca closing event in Linhart Square in Radovljica.
The opening event of the Taste Radol'ca month of local cuisine
The Taste Radol'ca opening event takes place on the last Friday in October in one of the participating restaurants. It begins in the afternoon with a farmers' market featuring local suppliers and tastings, whilst in the evening the opening dinner is prepared by Taste Radol'ca chefs and served by waiting staff from all the participating restaurants.
As with last year, this year's Taste Radol'ca Month of Cuisine will end with a culinary/musical event in Linhart Square, Radovljica. All nine restaurants, together with selected suppliers, will prepare a culinary experience alongside the switching-on of the Christmas lights in the old town centre of Radovljica.
Year of publication: 2017
A culinary fairytale in the old town centre of Radovljica.
Every Sunday in November you can try Luznar's honey and Tina's homemade pickled vegetables at Gostišče Draga.
Written by Adele in Slovenia, March 2019
When I first came to Slovenia on holiday in 2006, I cycled alongside the Sava river from Bled to Radovljica and as soon as I rode into the beautiful old town centre, it was love at first sight!
Written by Rebecca Svetina, March 2019
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The 8th Radovljica Chocolate Festival took place last weekend. Despite the less-than promising weather forecast, the biggest chocolate event in Slovenia, with its diverse array of chocolate and entertainment, attracted huge numbers of visitors.