Basic info

  • Region
  • Cuisine type
  • Price range
  • Chef

    Belizar Miloš

  • Working hours

    Every day 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

  • Recommendation

    Adriatic trout with young spinach and beet, garlic chips, ribeye with stilton cheese butter, plums in plavac mali wine with vanilla ice-cream and mint sauce


  • Credit cards
    Amex, Visa, Diners, Master Card, Maestro
  • Wine list

    About 50 wines are available on the chart.

    Guests can order home-made wine as well.

  • Vegetarian food
  • Parking
  • Pets
  • Reservation
  • Disabled Access
  • Wifi


A quiet, secluded spot in Zagreb’s much-loved Tkalciceva Street hides a fine restaurant called Agava. It is one of those places which immediately embrace its guests with color, music and, of course, prime meals on the menu.

During winter months, Agava is a romantic spot, decorated with candle fire and a view of surrounding Zagreb roofs. Once the sun returns above the city landscape, Agava’s terrace becomes a place of meetings and gatherings. Its cascade-like pattern is truly unique, and to some the sole reason for visiting the place. Perfect both for family and business meals; it is probably among the most unique dining spots in Croatian capital.