It’s a generally accepted rule of travel: when you’re on the road and looking for a place to get something eat, look for where the locals line up and happily wait. Like this mobile bakery parked on the western side of Ljubljana’s central market on most days.
No stall –prepped food or raw– had the kind of line that was found this morning and early afternoon in front of the mobile oven operated by Krejan-Levec, where a variety of pogača –buckwheat, bacon or vegetable pies– were served up pizza-slice style. The bacon and vegetable pies are made on a wholegrain spelt flour base, while the buckwheat comes topped with cottage chese, sour cream and corn meal. All piping hot.
Ten more photos of the stall and the boys in action are in this Google+ album.