The proximity of the fertile lands provide for a unique blend of Istrian and maritime cuisine. The traditional dishes of the rural outskirts are based on homegrown produce, thriving among the vineyards and olive groves, while the seaside cuisine relies on fish and molluscs. Local homegrown produce is also sold at the farmer’s market during summer. Enjoy the many flavours of Izola!
Local restauranteurs are committed to the “kilometre zero” initiative, which means that you will always enjoy authentic dishes prepared according to traditional recipes, using local, fresh and wholesome ingredients.
Join us on 2nd October at the second street food event in Izola!
Get to know the stories of dedicated caterers of Izola
Zaro Wines, a story of dedication
Seafood delicacies with a touch of spicy
Four colours of wine: Refosco
Sardine – The queen of Izola
Restaurant "Sidro" invites you to taste their marinated shark
The refined taste of the steak tartare for festive december
Visit Manjada for a true istrian lunch
Vila Raineri, pizzeria with strong tradition
Restaurant “Bujol” invites you to taste the bakala (dried and salted cod) made by our grandmothers
Mussels “á la buzara”
Istria on the plate – home-made fuži in rabbit sauce
Gnocchi with asparagus and home-made sausage