The restaurant is situated in an attractive part of Zagreb, in Tkalčićeva Street, which is full of interesting restaurants offering various types of cuisine and a number of cafés. The parking is available in a nearby public garage and some free spots can be found in the street close by. Besides, both tourists and locals find a walk to the main square quite appealing. Barbieri’s is smartly decorated and offers a view to a part of the kitchen, which is always interesting for the guests. The atmosphere is nice and warmly lit and the staff welcomes the guests cordially. We had a nicely prepared tuna tartare, which had a mild taste of the marinade. The second appetizer was a sensational combination of tonnarelli with squid (sliced like spaghetti) and bottarga, a pleasant blend of various seafood flavours. The beef cheeks cooked for hours on a low temperature, and served with a patato purée, were tender and juicy, as if they have been marinated before and the meat has deeply absorbed all the flavours. For dessert we recommend the hot chocolate tartlet, crispy on the outside and with delicious fondant dark chocolate on the inside. A great alternative for those who prefer fruit desserts is the lemon tart with a familiar taste of lemon and baked in thin and crisp dough. Even if the quality of food has slightly changed since the former famous chef left, and it will be hard to keep up with the high standards set earlier, Barbieri’s is still a good restaurant. A rich wine list, which includes Croatian labels from various regions, as well as Italian and French wines, many of which can be ordered by the glass, will satisfy the most demanding guests.