Where to eat

While discovering Štanjel, take a break and have a drink or snack. A cup of coffee, a slice of prosciutto, a glass of wine will surely do, but what about lunch or dinner? Do not miss out on the opportunity to explore the local cuisine and indulge your palate with the best flavours of the Karst.

In the famous castle courtyard one finds a bistro that offers simple, yet delicious dishes prepared according to the rich culinary tradition of the Karst.

QKomel – Bistro Grad Štanjel

 +386 41 447 854
info@q-komel.com

In the village centre, just a step away from the famous Grajžar Gallery, the Grajžarjeva marenda snack bar will tempt your palate with Karst prosciutto sliced using the iconic manual Berkel prosciutto slicer. The snack will be accompanied by a glass of Teran wine produced locally. You can also stop in for a cup of delicious coffee and a chat.

Grajžarjeva marenda

+386 31 541 636
grajzarjevi@gmail.com

The Centre for the Promotion of Local Products, also including a regional wine shop, is where you can come to learn more about the entire gastronomic offer of the Karst in a single place. Local producers from all over the Karst, including the area over on the other side of the Italian border, present their wines, local produce and products.

QKomel – Bistro Grad Štanjel

 +386 41 447 854
info@q-komel.com 

Explore other culinary stories and typical flavours of the Karst in Štanjel’s surroundings as well as slightly farther away.

Štanjel is a place of countless unique stories that enrich the experience of this one-of-a-kind medieval settlement. Get to know the architect Maks Fabiani and his works better, discover why flower wreaths hang on the front door of every house in the old village and much more.

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