Local sausage at Klobasarna - the most traditional of traditional Slovenian fare
You won't find too many restaurants that can be wildly successful selling just one item. But the Klobasarna, lying in the heart of Ljubljana's old town center, isn't just any restaurant: it focuses on the Carniolan sausage, or Kranjska klobasa, among the most traditionally Slovenian of Slovenian dishes.
The menu is simple: the sausage, served with fresh kaiser roll, some mustard and fresh horseradish. There's also ričet, a barley porridge, and (seasonally) jota, a thick bean and sauerkraut stew especially popular in the northern Adriatic and Slovenian-Italian border region.
It's important to bear in mind that sausage has traditionally been sold in pairs, meaning when you order "one" you're actually ordering one pair. Thus a a half order is one sausage, and a whole order is two.
Open daily: Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm, Sundays 10am-3pm.