Fidel Gastro, located just outside the Zagreb centre in a large renovated factory building combines the industrial design with many contemporary details. It’s constructed in such a way that it consists of both a bar and a restaurant, which can be accessed through the bar itself. We were warmly welcomed by the maître d´hotel, who took us to our table. The concept of the menu is an appealing combination of Latin American and Asian cuisine, resulting in a broad selection of dishes. We ordered the soup of the day for the appetizer: a surprisingly delicious creamy corn soup, with corn kernels and some popcorn that added an interesting texture to the soup. You should definitely try their tacos karé with marinated pork loin, various fresh salads and sauces, although they are slightly messy to eat. For the main dish we ordered the rib-eye steak, served with crispy fries and salad. The meat was cooked perfectly and seasoned with a light avocado guacamole and hot habanero bbq sauce. So was the Napo pork tenderloin, wrapped in pancetta, served with spicy mango sauce, beluga rice with mushrooms and vegetables, and julienne salad. Fidel Gastro is attractive, especially for a younger clientele, but the menu is a bit overcharged and there is a lack of signature cooking. The friendly waiter gave us great wine recommendations for each dish. We also tried the seasonal dessert, a combination of chestnut cream, whipped cream and ganache “spikes”. The sweetness of the chestnut blended perfectly with the light bitterness of chocolate. The prices for the appetizers range between 46 and 94 kuna, while the mains will cost you between 74 to 212 kuna (which is the price of the large rib-eye steak). We are looking forward to going back to Fidel for a drink or some interesting food.