U samom srcu Krapinsko-Zagorske županije, nalazi se idilično mjesto stvoreno za nezaboravne tretnutke, gurmanske delicije i opuštajući odmor. Klet Kozjak destinacija je koja već puno deseteljeće razveseljava nepca zadovoljnih gostiju, pruža oazu za odmor od svakodnevnih obveza i svojim šarmom ne ostavlja ravnodušnim ni one najzahtjevnije.
Tradicionalni zagorski specijaliteti, svježe namirnice iz vlastite proizvodnje, dugogodišnje iskustvo samo su neki od elemenata vrhunskog gastro užitka. U našoj ponudi svatko će pronaći nešto da uveseli svoje nepce. Ponudu upotpunjava vino vlastite proizvodnje, a ambijent odiše stoljetnom tradicijom našeg živopisnog krajolika.
Food is very tasty, traditional and home made, from soups to main course to salads to deserts everything is made with care and excellent ingredients. Portions are great, definitely not small, even if you have big appetite you'll get your fill. They have a big terrace with a shade and a great view on the woods, so if you come in spring/summer times I recommend the terrace. You also have some slides and swings for the children so you can take them along and let them run around 🙂 Very friendly staff that will give you all the information needed and you can combine everything on the menu with them to get exactly what you want.
Traditional restaurant with great food and friendly staff! Reasonable prices. Great view. I would recommend to visit during warmer part of the year when terrace is open and you can dine under the sky. Near highway and outlet centre Four Rouses. 30 minute's drive from Zagreb, and 15 minutes' drive to Krapina and Neanderthal museum.
Overpriced, the food really wasn't that good. Nothing wasn't spiced. We ate garlic soup and that was the only thing that was good. For main course we had duck, veal ribs, potatoes and mlinci. The only thing that was decent were baked potatoes. Mlinci were awful, really disappointed. For dessert we had salty bučnica and it also wasn't salted.
If we consider that this is a traditional restaurant, the food which we got really doesn't represent croatian specialties.