Sokol is well-known to most people who have visited Ljubljana ,since it is perhaps the most traditional of the city's restaurants at a time when the "in" cuisines there appear to be Italian and Mexican.
A gostilna is a traditional Slovene inn, and the cavernous restaurant has been designed in that style (think Bavarian and you're getting there). The place is full of nooks and crannies, so while it can be quite noisy when its busy, you can get some privacy.
The fare is traditional Slovene, with a heavy emphasis on meat, especially game - the game platter, which includes venison and wild boar, is great and comes with buckwheat pancakes and a delicious fruity relish. The squid, too...Read More