A trendy bistro with a young and talented team offers modern Istrian street food with well-known Asian elements. Combinations of top ingredients are unusual, even daring. They also offer a variety of cocktails and gin tonics. The wine list manly consists of natural wines from the Primorska region, which is also a nice surprise. Chef's mixture of cold dishes is great example of collaboration with the best of boutique producers. The waiter fills the table to the brink with small plates of salami, lard, Krškopolje pig prosciutto, some sort of vitello tonnato, but with donkey meat instead of veal. There are also cheeses, among them the legendary Zidarič jamar. The bread is sourdough, with a crispy crust and tender core. Creamy butter and fat from salami simply melt on it. Exquisite beef ribs of Slovene origin have been slowly roasted for several hours on different temperatures to ensure they are soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. With the ribs, they served a mash of burnt eggplants. Fish lovers like to order the fritto misto here. On the day we visited, it consisted of fresh whiting, prawns, and European bass. An interesting combination was also Mediterranean fish with bulgur in lemon sauce and mushrooms. Three plates cost us 30 euros. They also offer several tasting menus. The interior is very cool – you can even sip your cocktail on a swing.