ENRICHING & THE REFINING ELEMENT OF THE ZADAR GASTRONOMIC SCENE FOR MORE THAN 4 DECADES…
The “Pet bunara dine & wine“” restaurant is located alongside the square bearing that same name. It has been the enriching and the refining element of the Zadar gastronomic scene for more than 40 years. Constantly changing and adapting throughout the years, driven by desire to be on the top of gastronomic scene by changing in its unique, seasonal, organic and innovative way of presenting Zadar’s gastronomic scene.
The “Pet bunara” restaurant is guided by these words; delicious food, gorgeous wines, local-seasonal-organic, great staff & a sincere and enjoyable all-around experience. Our primary goal – complete satisfaction of our guests achieved through a well-rounded gastronomic experience.
“A recipe has no soul… we brought up a soul to the recipe“. In other words; each year, we proudly presenting a “Fig Festival“ that was established back in 2007. The idea was/is putting a fig, along wine & olives… on the very important place in gastronomy… successfully. Cheers!
Food & Wine Philosophy
At the “Pet bunara dine & wine“ we strive for culinary excellence by paying close attention to the source and quality of our ingredients. We create a dining experience like no other by using as much as possible in-season, locally-grown ingredients, including organic, sustainable meat, game, fish, poultry, vegetables and grains. Each year in village of Poljica we cultivate our own herb garden to provide the freshest ingredients possible as well as organic grown olive & fig yards exclusively for Pet bunara.
We are passionate about wines which are making a significant part of our life style and a vision of a decent restaurant. Our extensive wine list certainly compliments our spectacular meals. Our commitment is to keep evolving as a restaurant, one of these aspects is to change and update the wine list regularly, to stay on the lookout for new and exciting wines. Vladimir and Filip are as passionate about the wine offering as they are about the food and often pick up some interesting finds on their travels around its “wine roads…“.