From November 26 to December 2, the Zagreb County Tourist Board is organizing the Days of Tastes of the Zagreb Region event for the first time in cooperation with ten restaurants, holders of the Tastes of the Zagreb Region standard.In the mentioned period, at a promotional price of 90 kuna, you will be able to enjoy the traditional gastronomic specialties of the Zagreb County. “It is a continuation of the project in which we encourage the development of traditional eno-gastronomic activities through joint activities and contribute to strengthening market positioning and recognition. ” stand out from the Zagreb County Tourist Board.Facilities included Days of Taste of the Zagreb region: Bistro Babriga (Velika Gorica), Excursion site Vina Kos-Jurišić (Sveti Ivan Zelina), Hotel Bunčić (Vrbovec), Rural tourism Kezele (Ivanić-Grad), Restaurant Samoborska klet (Samobor), Restaurant Golf Zaprešić), Excursion site Suhina (Sveta Nedelja), Restaurant Ivančić (Jastrebarsko), Ekopark Krašograd (Pisarovina) and Rural household Stara preša (Šenkovec).ANNEX: MENU – Days of Taste of the Zagreb regionTastes of Croatian tradition – Tastes of the Zagreb region is a project of the county and local tourist boards and the company DMK Vall042 with the intention of enriching the tourist offer and developing new tourist products. The main goal is to improve the offer of traditional local dishes, drinks and products in the daily offer of catering facilities and on that basis a more meaningful development of eno-gastronomic tourism.The main goal is to mark and build a strong market recognition of restaurants with standards “Tastes” and their identity as a place that guarantees and provides a true experience of local dishes, drinks and local traditional products. The “Tastes” standard is actually the construction of a common identity for the experience of local dishes, drinks and products, with a kind of promise to guests that there is a daily offer of traditional dishes and drinks in the marked facility.The standard can be awarded to a catering facility that usually operates for at least three years and meets the established minimum requirements set by the ordinance: to have at least two local traditional dishes and six beverage labels in the daily offer, of which at least four are wines, and to which is carried out in five categories: Food, Service, Drink, Ambience, Environment) achieves a minimum of 75 out of a possible 100 points.Great story and concept, but unfortunately poor realization.Just organizing a special offer in catering facilities is not enough for the whole project to be self-sustainable and to develop further. Great form, but poor content. This should be just the finale of the whole project, which is accompanied by various other events based on local gastronomy and tradition. Of course accompanied by strong promotion, both local to activate and raise awareness of the local population, and in the city of Zagreb as the primary market.Certainly good foundations and support for the project, but the whole story should be raised to a much higher level and quality of performance.
Press Association Cliftonville goalkeeper Conor Devlin has been added to the Northern Ireland squad for their World Cup qualifying double header against Portugal and Luxembourg. O’Neill used goalkeeping coach Maik Taylor on the bench for last month’s win over Russia, but has opted to hand Devlin his first senior call-up this time. Manager Michael O’Neill included only two goalkeepers in his initial squad – Roy Carroll and Michael McGovern – but Devlin has been training with the team in Belfast this week and has been formally added to the side ahead of Friday night’s clash with Portugal. He will also travel to Luxembourg on Sunday.