Nautika is an integral part of the traditional gastronomic culture. In addition to traditional dishes, Nautika is one of the few restaurants in Dubrovnik that offers both an international and international menu.
In the Nautika you have the opportunity to dine on either the front or the side terrace. From here you have a spectacular view of the Adriatic Sea. The ambience of the Nautika is wonderful, with its renovated interior and the live piano music of the city’s most talented musicians.
The Kadena restaurant offers a magnificent view over the Zenta marina and the islands in front of it. The tasting menus offer several courses and the wine list has a lot to offer from the huge cellar. Creative desserts complete the classic Dalmatian menu.
It is not often possible to combine beautiful views with excellent food. In the Kadena on Split all senses are stimulated in the best possible way. In addition, the talent of the chef combines with those of the sommelier. Both know what they are talking about!
Restaurant Kaštel, Zadar
This gourmet restaurant strives to uphold the traditional philosophy and offers its guests a menu inspired by Mediterranean cuisine. The owners strive to constantly update and reinterpret the rich culinary heritage. The goal is to serve an ideal combination of food and wine to leave a lasting memory with the guest.
For easy booking and ordering, the restaurant provides its own mobile app.
Restaurant Pelegrini, Šibenik
Restaurant Pelegrini, Šibenik is one of the best taverns / restaurants in Šibenik. In addition to the excellent atmosphere, the guest of the tavern has a great view over the canal in Šibenik.
The food is varied and every guest will find the right one for themselves. In addition, the prices are excellent, compared with other, similar restaurants.
If you are in Šibenik, you must visit Pelegrini.
Zrno soli is a stylish fish restaurant with tables overlooking the swinging yachts. As this restaurant ranks among the 10 best restaurants in Split, you should book two days in advance, especially in summer and on weekends. The menu is extensive. The fresh seafood is always top notch, but everything you find on the menu is exquisite. The restaurant Zrno Soli is a good reason to visit the marina! A place to feel good, which always serves only top wines.
Restaurant Zoi, Split
The restaurant Zoi, Split is a place where you can confidently unwind while relaxing with a glass of wine and the view from the terrace. It offers dishes made from an authentic mix of rich Mediterranean cuisine and a touch of history. For 1700 years, this area has been marked by history and a passion for good food. Today the guest can participate in this tradition.
Restaurant Foša, Zadar
Foša, Zadar is a well-established fish restaurant located just outside the city walls in a recently renovated stone building in the harbor of Foša. The outdoor terrace offers a traditional panorama of moored boats and presented islands.
All common white fish and shellfish are served either with traditional blitva and potatoes from the region, as part of a risotto with seafood or as a pasta dish. There are also a number of carpaccio dishes, including raw monkfish on a bed of rocket. Other dishes include steamed lobster with polenta, octopus bread and grilled pork with lentils.
Above5 restaurant is a charming restaurant located on the only rooftop terrace in the heart of the city, surrounded by ancient city walls. Experience unforgettable views and a rich history. Enjoy exceptional Mediterranean food, inspired by seasonal produce and modern gastronomy.
This small restaurant is tucked away in one of the narrow streets of the old town. The attractive interior is decorated with a vintage touch in violet tones. Here, Mediterranean cuisine with a strong Italian accent is served! The menu sticks to what the locals do best. Shellfish appetizers and fish fillet entrees are the most popular on the menu.
The boutique hotel Stara Loza
Who does not come because of the hotel, comes for the food.
The entire menu is based on local and organic ingredients used in traditional recipes using modern techniques. In short, this is a one-stop trip through Croatia in a completely unconventional way. There are also about ten carefully selected wines.
The menu is based on fresh local produce such as squid, sardines or local shellfish, lamb ham and beefsteak tartare. After enjoying the entrees and the fantastic basil butter, it’s time to eat the main course. Cod, local mullet and turbot or if you fancy meat, lamb, beefsteak and beef fillet.