Ljubljana

Klobasarna

  Ciril-Metodov 15      +386 (0)51 605 017     22 Nov 2018
It's not often you find a restaurant where the menu consists largely of one item, but when the famed Kranjska Klobasa is the dish in question then that's really all you need. Taking its name from the historic Duchy of Carniola (or Kranjska in Slovene), which nowadays corresponds to modern Slovenia's Gorenjska region, this hearty sausage was at the centre of so-called 'klobasa wars' between Slovenia and Austria (and later Croatia) over the rights to the EU-protected name. History and politics aside, this trendy takeaway opposite the Cathedral is the best place to taste what all the ado is about. They also serve the traditional Slovene dishes jota and ričet, hearty stews that go great with the famed sausage.
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Outside seating
Takeaway
City centre location
Restaurant

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Email

klobasarna@gmail.com

Open

Open 10:00-21:00. Sun 10:00-15:00.
In December open till 23:00.

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04.11.2014
Jack Allen
Ljubljana
Ljubljana Cathedral was originally a church built in gothic style, before getting a baroque makeover at some point. Thus, it is the cathedral.
03.11.2014
Matic
Slovenia
Hi! Just to correct you: there is no cathedral in Ljubljana, because cathedral is a church built in the gothic...and the sausage is not named after Kranj, but after Kranjska region, which contained a lot of smaller regions, including some in Austria and Croatia, that's where the problem for registrating it came from...
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