Your aunt invited you for lunch in her proudly historical dinning room, well that's more or less how you're gonna feel. It's nice, the food is good and you can choose lots of plates, from salad, local specialities, pasta, meat, goulash...
Service can be slow, but hey, you're here to relax after a long walk and wandering through the streets of Ljubljana.
Favorite Dish: I like "struklji" (pastry with cottage cheese) and I usually order them as starter, eventhough they are offered as side-dish.
One of my two favorite restaurants in LJU. Right across the street from Romeo's (which serves what is apparently a version of Mexican food - although not edible), both the inside (in nice weather and not summer weekends - too much traffic) and outside are nice. The inside is tight, but nice. The service is BY FAR the best in the country (not a hard feat, but here it is very good). The steaks (all that I eat there) are great (by US standards). Occasionally I make the mistake of having a sauce (pepper of mushroom), - good sauces, but the steaks don't need them. Some of the local wine is also excellent and about half the price of restaurants in this area. But note: prices here have doubled in the last 2 years (along with most of Slovenia).
Favorite Dish: Steak -- Rare (you will get medium rare if you order rare). Occassionally they will overcook since Slovenians don't know the definition of anything but burnt (which they call medium).