Tastefully decorated and with sweeping views of the small kitchen that turns out interesting and delicious dishes. Farabuto’s philosophy is that of a bistro: their ingredients aren’t expensive, the preparation does not require extensive elaboration or a frequently changing menu. Their daily specials, based on fresh ingredients that use seasonal products (asparagus, mushrooms, chestnuts…) in interesting combinations, has made this place particularly popular among young people. With the layout of the interior, the food and the way of dealing with guests, Farabuto is geared towards a young and urban crown. So it’s not surprising that TripAdvisor has ranked Farabuto at the top of Pula’s restaurant scene. They also have a proper attitude towards wine: with thirty brands representing the middle price range, such as Istrani, Bolfan, Korak and Tomac.