We have closed our restaurant at the end of March 2014
in order to go into retirement. We would
like to thank you very much for more than 42 wonderful years and for
your loyalty throughout all the years - We will miss you!
All the best,
Marko Bošnjak & Family
Some fourty years ago,
Marko Bošnjak and his family opened a restaurant on the
corner of the
Ferdinand-Wallbrecht-Straße and Lister Kirchweg and in the
ensuing decades, it
has become an institution for those of us who are in the know. It is
something of a cliché to talk about ‘hearty
fare’ and ‘honest, down to earth
home cooking’, but in this instance, it is all true.
‘Bei Marko’ does not offer
grande cuisine, rather, the majority of dishes consist of tender
simply cooked in the Croatian style with rice and/or fries and a side
Add a touch of the accompanying fiery chilli sauce and
Marko’s ever genial
presence to the ingredients and something rather special starts to
Marko’ becomes a haven, somewhere to satisfy a hungry
stomach, talk, and
generally forget about the stresses of the day.
(a friend of the house)
Tel.: ++49 - (0)511 – 66 55 73
Open: Tuesday - Sunday 6.00 - 10.30 p.m., Sundays and on bank holidays
also 11.30 a.m. - 2.30 p.m., Closed on Mondays
would be very glad to welcome you soon. The cosy, traditionally
furnished restaurant with many historic items from Croatian villages
has two levels, the upper part can be booked for special occasions for
private functions up to 35 people. In Summer we'll open our nice
terrace in front of the restaurant (see "Fotos"). Please note that the
restaurant is a non-smoking restaurant and that we do not accept any
credit cards, yet (payment only in cash).
Marko’ can be booked for special family and party occasions
(from 15 people)
also during the day. We always try to cater for your particular need
dishes or menus can be prepared by arrangement. Reservations can be
directly at the restaurant or by phone or e-mail. Messages can be left
on our answering machine during the day.
‘Bei Marko’ team
facts and figures
may be one of Europe’s
youngest states, but it has a cultural identity
that stretches back over centuries. Its 4.8 million inhabitants occupy
mass covering 56,538 square kilometres, with an additional 31,900
kilometre coastal area. The coastline itself, including the
islands is 5,470 kilometres long and is studded with picturesque towns
78 % of the population is
Croatian and 76,5 % of the country Roman Catholic. The official
Croatian, the currency is the Croatian “Kuna”. In
terms of its geography,
culture and climate, the North of the country has a middle European
while the mountain areas are typically alpine and the Adriatic coast
Croatia’s constitution was
established in December 1990 and two years later, the country received
international recognition. Croatia’s
subsequent membership of the United Nations in May 1992, completed an
stage in the country’s integration into world politics.
We speak English, French,
Italian and of course German
and Croatian fluently!
Visitors from abroad are very welcome!