You know that feeling when you’re roaming the streets of a foreign city and you suddenly get hungry, but aren’t quite in the mood for the whole restaurant menu? Well, there’s a quick fix for that situation – skip directly to the dessert.
There’s a great pancake house called Sladomazo, situated near the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. Well, pancake house probably isn’t the best way to describe it – there’s barely a few square feet of space. On the colder days, when people get more eager on the idea of eating inside, it’s not easy to enter. You know the popular saying, three’s a crowd? When it comes to this place, it’s kind of… literal.
Sladomazo offers just one pancake size – which is quite big – but an incredibly wide range of fillings. From basics like Nutella cream or marmalade, the menu builds its way to extravagant combinations named after well-known chocolate bars, like caramel syrup and peanut butter for Snickers. There’s even a variety of non-sweet pancakes filled with vegetables, meat, cheese and random sauces.
Oh, not to forget the tricky part – if the name itself reminds you of the naughty S&M expression, get your mind out of the gutter right now! It’s only an amusing play on words – the Croatian name roughly translates as ‘covered in something sweet’. No fear: head straight to Sladomazo and satisfy your need for sugar!