Just across the street of Hiša eksperimentov stands this little restaurant, called Pomf. It looks odd and out of place, especially because it is situated in the middle of a street, but ordering a meal settles your doubts completely. They make affordable traditional Slovenian food, such as cheese dumplings, venison goulash, jota, bograč, buckwheat and others.
What I like the most is that they serve not only typical Slovenian food but also specialties from other Balkan countries. When I eat there I generally order “čevapčiči” or “pleskavica”. If I don’t have enough time I eat the daily dishes.
Eating there could be a noisy experience because of passersby, so I suggest sitting inside. If you prefer to feel the rhythm of the street, do the opposite but don’t forget about lower temperatures in the winter.