Taste Radol'ca unites excellent restaurants and inns in Radovljica and its surroundings, all of which place an emphasis on using local ingredients and providing great quality. They are joined by a chain of local suppliers.READ MORE
Taste Radol'ca is a special culinary union. Excellent cooperation between partners is the number one reason for the 10+ years of local integration. Four of Radol’ca’s chefs tell us how and why they are so successful at what they do.
Guests staying in accommodation that doesn't offer breakfast can choose from the wide selection of breakfasts available at restaurants and other providers in Radovljica, Lesce and Begunje.
We invite you to experience the hills and mountains in the Radol'ca area. And because we would like you to enjoy the views and mountain pastures with all your senses, we have put together some information about what food is available in the mountain huts in the surrounding area.
In the past, beans held a special place in the Radol'ca area and still do to this day. In the former ironworking villages of Kropa and Kamna Gorica, in addition to žganci (a polenta-like dish, most often made of buckwheat), one of the most traditional dishes is a bean soup called fržolovc.
A visit to Linhart Hall by the food critics Uroš and Violeta Mencinger and a talk on the topic of quality criteria.
Saturday mornings are a great time to visit Radovjlica's the old town centre. The Radol'ca market, which takes place on the first Saturday in the month in the square in front of St. Peter's church, is an additional reason to visit.
by: Špelina Shramba
There are an ever increasing number of people who choose to follow a vegetarian or vegan way of eating, as well as those of us - myself included - who have dietary 'challenges' to be overcome. It was with this in mind that I decided to check out what some of the Taste Radol’ca restaurants have to offer.
Written by Adele Gray, June 2019
As someone who works at home, when deciding to eat out, it’s as much about a change of scenery as it is about the food – though of course bad food with a good view doesn’t cut the mustard!
Healthy products are produced in the lush green environment of sunny woodlands and countryside.
Farmers, fruit growers, beekeepers and other producers of local goods, grow, pick and process their products for you.