A couple of things to note about Klobasarna. First, all they sell is sausage. And all they sell is one kind of sausage. I went in and ordered us two "Full" sausage plates, and they brought us two plates with awesome looking sausage, mustard, and horseradish sauce. Bread on the side.
You might notice a marked lack of vegetables. I asked if there was any cabbage/sauerkraut and was told "not until next week."
Me: "So I am too early for sauerkraut?"
Lovely woman behind the counter: "Yes. Too early."
Me: "Do you have anything else with vegetables?"
Lovely woman behind the counter: "We have only sausage and then barley stew."
Me: "Are there vegetables in the barley stew?"
Lovely woman behind the counter: "Barley."
Me: "Sausage it is then!"
And by the way, the sausage was really, really good. This shop is 3 minutes from the law school, so I will be back for sure.
The second notable thing is the price of red wine. 1.1 euro for a glass! Wine is incredibly cheap here. Cheaper than beer, cheaper than Coke, cheaper than water in most places. Wine is the national drink of Slovenia and red wine is like Miller Lite here, ubiquitous and super cheap. Except unlike Miller Lite, the red wine is yummy. Slovenia is second only to France in per capita wine consumption and it shows.
So sausage and red wine, but no vegetables. My kind of country. Here are some happy gals sharing sausage al fresco: