Top Choice Dalmatian in Supetar


Sit by the open fire in Vinotoka's stone-walled dining room or, when it warms up, grab a table on the street or in the large, glassed-in terrace across the lane. The seafood is excellent; try the green fettuccine wi…
Dalmatian in Supetar

Konoba Luš

High above town on the main road to Mirca, this rustic, family-run tavern offers good traditional food, brilliant views and a warm welcome. Grab a seat on the terrace under the olive trees and tuck into grilled squi…
Dalmatian in Bol

Taverna Riva

Bol's most upmarket and expensive restaurant serves fancy Frenchified versions of Dalmatian dishes, including a delicious fish soup, creamy seafood pastas, gnocchi with truffles, lobster and a selection of steaks. T…
Dalmatian in Brač Island

Konoba Kopačina

In the village of Donji Humac, a 10-minute drive inland from Supetar, this tavern serves Brač specialities such as vitalac (skewered lamb offal wrapped in lamb meat) and lamb on the spit. The menu is conspicuously m…
Croatian in Supetar


This fabulously located restaurant has a beach terrace overlooking the sea. As well as Dalmatian favourites (fish, squid and the like), there's also plenty of grilled-meat dishes from continental Croatia. Portions a…
Dalmatian in Bol

Konoba Mali Raj

In a lovely spot away from the tourist buzz, above the parking lot for Zlatni Rat, this alfresco tavern has a leafy garden in which to enjoy delicious dishes such as monkfish skewers and grilled squid. Call a day ah…
Dalmatian in Bol


The simple things stand out at Ranč, such as the delicious homemade bread and the traditional fish soup. Call ahead to preorder spit-roasted lamb or a peka (traditional roasting dome) filled with lamb, veal or octop…
Dalmatian in Brač Island

Konoba Toni

Atmospheric in the extreme, this village eatery has a 300-year-old stone interior hung with dried meats and full of wine vats, and a lovely vine-shaded front terrace. The friendly staff serve traditional food such a…
Dalmatian in Bol

Konoba Dalmatino

This tavern offers simple, local food in a venerable stone building decorated with old photos and knick-knacks. While the food isn't exceptional, the ambience is lovely.