Restaurants

Top Choice Dalmatian in Split

Konoba Marjan

Offering great-quality Dalmatian fare, this friendly little Veli Varoš tavern features daily specials such as cuttlefish brujet (a flavour-packed seafood stew – highly recommended), gregada (fish stew with potato) a…
Top Choice Mediterranean in Split

Zoi

Accessed by a discreet door on the waterfront promenade, this upstairs restaurant serves sophisticated modern Mediterranean dishes that look as divine as they taste. The decor is simultaneously elegant and extremely…
Top Choice Dalmatian in Split

Konoba Matejuška

This cosy, rustic tavern, in an alleyway minutes from the seafront, specialises in well-prepared seafood – as epitomised in its perfectly cooked fish platter for two. The grilled squid is also excellent, served with…
Top Choice Dalmatian in Split

Konoba Fetivi

Informal and family run, with a TV screening sports in the corner, Fetivi feels more like a tavern than most that bear the 'konoba' name. However, that doesn't detract from the food, which is first rate. Seafood is …
Top Choice Dalmatian in Supetar

Vinotoka

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…
Top Choice Dalmatian in Vis Town

Pojoda

Locals in the know rave about this seafood restaurant, its leafy courtyard dotted with bamboo, orange and lemon trees. For a winter warm-up, try the pojorski bronzinić, a tasty peasant stew with squid, lentils and b…
Top Choice Italian in Split

Portofino

Spilling onto a surprisingly quiet square at the heart of Diocletian's Palace, Portofino will charm the pants off you with its friendly service, elegant decor, complimentary amuse-bouches and delicious pasta dishes.…
Croatian in Split

Restoran Perlica

When Spličani are after a traditional feast of spit-roasted lamb they head for the hills – to Klis, to be exact. This roadside restaurant, founded in 1877, also serves omelettes, pasta, schnitzels and steaks, but sk…
Dalmatian in Trogir

Konoba Trs

As traditional-looking as they come, this rustic little tavern has wooden benches and old stone walls inside, and an inviting courtyard shaded by grapevines. Yet the menu adds clever, contemporary twists to Dalmatia…
European in Pakleni Islands

Zori

Catering to the well-heeled yachties moored in Palmižana bay, this upmarket restaurant serves contemporary European cuisine, including Dalmatian specialities such as pašticada (beef stew), gregada (fish with potatoe…