Konoba Tramerka serves some of Kvarner’s freshest seafood and locally sourced meats, all expertly prepared with a dash of soul. The restaurant is tucked away on a narrow cobblestone street just steps from the seafront in the tiny fishing village of Volosko, which has come to be known as Kvarner’s foodie haven. There are just four tables outside, but the rustic dining room is equally enticing with its vaulted ceilings and exposed stone walls. Short but exciting, the menu showcases dishes like smoked anchovies with red onion marmalade, boškarin (beef) and teran (local red wine), goulash with homemade gnocchi, and the famed Kvarner scampi.

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Volosko is a little Istrian seaside town, not far from Rijeka. Konoba Tramerka isn’t right on the water, it’s up a little alley, which means that it’s slightly off the tourist path. Fresh octopus was marinated then grilled and dressed with a sesame-soy dressing. A pasta dish (the pasta was called pljukanci), with tiny little shrimps and leeks, was deliciously buttery. And monkfish was served with saffron sauce, tomatoes, olives, and polenta.

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