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Kobarid, Slovenia: great restaurant, horrible hotel

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The Gostilna Breza, on a side street Muceniska Utl 17, is a wonderful choice in town; you can walk easily, and there is plenty of free parking besides. This is small and family run with everything on the menu homemade, all totally typical of the area. I doubt you have ever eaten such a wonderful hearty soup "jota", or venison with a blueberry sauce, or ended a meal with the heavenly walnut/raisin/butter dumplings. The cook's daughters are the waitresses, and explain each dish in their excellent English. And the decor of the room is enchanting, with dark wood beams offsetting plastered plastered walls and a brick fireplace.
The Hotel Hvala recommended in the guidebook is now under new management, and the locals say it is no longer what it was, and not recommended. I found the receptionist formal, almost rude, the prices absurd for a small town (especially since there are so many very inexpensive and clean sobe rooms nearby), and the restaurant overpriced with ordinary food.

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