Ljubljana

Vodnikov Hram

  Vodnikov Trg 2      +386 (0) 30 379 966     18 Sep 2019

Dating back to the 19th century, Vodnikov Hram is one of the oldest restaurants in Ljubljana and named after Valentin Vodnik, the first renowned Slovenian poet and journalist. Here you can taste the flavours of original recipes from the very first Slovenian cook book, which was also written by Vodnik. The seasonal menu offers international cuisine and a selection of lighter bites made with fresh local ingredients. It's found in a charming old building at the foot of the funicular and dining under its vaulted brick ceilings is a lovely experience.

Amenities

Credit Cards
Air-conditioning
Non-smoking
Child-friendly
Facilities for disabled
Outside seating
Takeaway
Guarded parking
Wi-fi
Restaurant

Website

Open

Open 10:00 - 24:00. Sat 10:00 - 24:00, Sun 12:00 - 22:00.

Price/Additional Info

(€4.50-24).

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21.08.2011
Metka Sedlar

We were recomended to this restaurant by a friend . He highley recomended it. What a dissapointment????. The service was not there at all. We felt that we were aburdon on the server. As if we were bothering him. We got water and Lemonade and no service. When we asked for menues he gave 2 for 5 People. Then we sat another 20 minutes and decided to leave. I will not recomend this restaurant due to poor service.
05.08.2009
Pika

Being located just next to the fenicula railway it became a bit of a tourist trap. We were eating with the four of us and made quite a big bill without knowing by ordering some mineral water next to our meal, and ordering some fish that was huge and charged by weight. They brought a bottle of 1,5 litre and charged the whole bottle per deciliter which was 12 euros for one bottle of water. Two persons chose daily fish, and the waiter suggested they share a little bit bigger fish, enough for two people. The fish was huge (way too much) and brought on the big plate which didn't fit on the table, so they put it on another table and messed around for 15 minutes to get two fillets on two plates, so the rest of the food was cold before we could start eating. The rest of the fish they took away. When we got the bill we were surprised at the prices of the water and fish, which of course was charged by ounces, so a big fish for them means more money. When we payed we were surprised by another rude action of the waiter just taking the money out of the check folder and walking away.
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