The diversity of the Kvarner area and tourist tradition significantly influenced the development and quality of gastronomy in which meals and specialties of coastal, island and Gorski kotar regions have become intertwined. These include the best quality species of fish, shells and shellfish, through to Gorski kotar and hunting specialties and specially represented local gastro offer in which dishes from specific regions come into their own.At gastro manifestations, which are tied to picking festivals and days of chestnuts, sour cherries and asparagus in Lovran or olives in Punta on the island of Krk, an increasing number of konoba (wine cellars) and inns, but also restaurants, are pushing the cuisine of “our nonica (grandmothers)”. Therefore it is not at all surprising that restaurants from the Kvarner region comprise a significant number of restaurants included in the project One hundred leading Croatian restaurants. So that for 2005, with a recommendation for 2006, on the list of the one hundred, were 22 restaurants from Kvarner: Amfora, Bevanda, Evergreen, Le Mandrać, Plavi podrum, Villa Ariston, Mali raj, Kvarner, Najade and Villa Astra on the Opatija Riviera, Bitoraj in Fužine, Zlatni zalaz in Supetarska Draga on Rab, Moslavina in Crikvenica, Rivice, Gospoja, Nada, Marina, Kanait on the island of Krk, Villa Mira, Kukurin and Ronjgi in Kastva and restaurant of the Hotel Bonavia in Rijeka.
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