Food and drink
Nishta serves 100 per cent vegetarian dishes. Expect influences from Mexico, India and China, with a generous sprinkling of herbs and spices. Soups range from classic Spanish gazpacho to fragrant Sunrise (an exotic combination of carrot, ginger and orange), while mains include falafel, curries and veggie burgers. And for dessert there’s a wicked chocolate fondue served with fresh fruit and chunks of coconut.
The house specialty is tempehrito – Nishta’s own improved version of the Mexican burrito. It combines tempeh (made from soybeans), sweetcorn, beans and hot spicy salsa, topped with sour cream and melted cheese. Yum. Vegans can miss out on the naughty bits.
There’s a fun vibe - a warm mauve dining room with happy toy farmyard animals – cows, pigs and sheep – dangling from the ceiling, and several extra tables outside on pedestrian-only Prijeka. The pink bathrooms are an attraction in their own right.
Welcoming staff provide friendly, low-key service (quite a relief after the pushy waiters who maraud unknowing passers-by on much of Prijeko).
It's in the Old Town, close to [node:170964] hotel, on the corner of Palmotićeva and Prijeko.
It's very reasonably priced. Expect to pay 130 kuna per person for a three-course meal, excluding drinks.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching