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However, there are always restaurants that are trying harder than others to stay true to themselves and their heritage, using local produce, serving traditional and regional dishes either in a fine dining manner or in a casual setting. But in the last few years, restaurants serving breakfast starting popping up. They also have a good choice of freshly squeezed juices, smoothies, a good choice of wines, beers, and cocktails. There are so many great places to eat out in that town, your guide will certainly be useful for a lot of travellers! But, unfortunately, are closed off the season, from November to April. Given what you say about the typical menus in Split, this is a really handy list to ensure better meals. They all use fresh local produce to prepare mouth-watering and eye-appealing dishes, and they are at the higher end when it comes to price. Look for their lunchtime specials when you get a free glass of house wine with food, or sometimes they just put all the items on the menu at half price. And perhaps get another Cevapi from Kantun Paulina while we are at it as you are right, they do do the best cevapi :). Thanks for your comment! Split is quickly becoming really exciting tourist destination. So sorry about your experience. Hmmmm I want to eat all of the things! Ihre Kartenakualisierung wurde angehalten. Have you eaten in any of Split restaurants? So crazy excited, and usually I am a travel-planning maniac (I work in the food/wine business so I plan around those things usually haha!) Sometimes we just feel like having few tapas, or a board of cheese and prosciutto, and not a full meal. THANKS! But if you’ll enjoy Greece more, it’s great for you! pasticada). In Split, there is a decent number of restaurants with various vegan and vegetarian options. A great Roundup of restaurants! This is very helpful, especially if you are not familiar with Croatian wines. Maybe my blog can find some direction now. Prices are reasonable. Contacts | Kružićeva 3 | m: +385 91 152 1249 | Facebook Page. The food is fresh and locally sourced. Figa Food Bar Buvinina 1 A great place to kick back and relax with a cold beer or a cocktail, the exterior of this place has cute little tables and seats with colorrful cushions that are positioned up several sets of steps in one of Split’s narrow Diocletian’s Palace ‘streets’. The menu is quite diverse offering bowels and burritos, as well as various plates and salads. However, in the last years, I found that pizzas got worse, and mostly due to using bad quality cheese (if that sticky mass is cheese at all). Pizza starts at around 60 Kn per simple Margherita and can go up to 100 Kn depending on the garnishing. The food is served on wooden boards and in tinware. The place is not cheap, but it is a good value for money. Anyways, first things first, similar to other places in Croatia, 90% of the Split restaurants serve the same menu. After all, Croatia was always under the rule of some other countries. It's a small, family-run restaurant with a great atmosphere and excellent food. That food and atmosphere look beautiful. We traveled to Split in October this year and our Airbnb hosts recommended Tavern Fife, I agree with Our Adventure in Croatia…great atmosphere and food, we were not rushed either, and enjoyed the company of the other guests at the table we were sat at. This is a great little place with tasty food and friendly staff. It is well located, just a couple of minutes' walk from the Palace. “As local as it gets” and “very affordable” are perfectly describing the kind of place I like to frequent for my meals and the only thing left to hope is that they also serve some vegetarian options… :). Zoomen Sie heran, um aktualisierte Informationen anzuzeigen. Contacts | a: Poljana Tina Ujevica 2, Split | t: 021 395 854 | e: [email protected] | Facebook Page. I really like that area around Trg Sperun. Food is prepared in a simple way. Although you will find yourself more often picking things you can eat from the ordinary menu than reading through a thoughtfully crafted menu with vegetarians in mind. Superfoods: Newly opened in Split last year, Superfoods is located in the "Split 3" district of the city, and is your go-to to stock up on healthy fare. All the restaurants listed above serve also desserts, but desserts aren't their specialty. An average price of a dish is around 80 Kn, but within the menu, you will find many dishes in the range of 60 Kn (8 €). Frank (bbqboy). Thanks for stopping by. Restaurant Kadena is located in the Zenta neighborhood. They use organic and locally sourced ingredients, free-range eggs, and the dishes are artfully presented on plates. Originally, konoba served simple, tasty, nutritious, and affordable dishes. Thus, the best way to make yourself familiar with Croatian wines is through a wine tasting. Whether your morning routine includes eggs, bacon, avocado toast, or a smoothie, you'll be able to enjoy it in Split. Besides items on the menu, Kat's Kitchen Deli offers one main dish and one salad that changes daily. If you feel like having ice cream, head to Luka's Ice Cream and Cakes shop. At the same time, Croatian culture is getting more and more purified since Croatia gained independence in 1991. Contacts | a: Uvala baluni 8, Split | t: +385 21 399 333 | e: [email protected]. Best Dining in Split, Split-Dalmatia County: See 97,781 Tripadvisor traveler reviews of 510 Split restaurants and search by cuisine, price, location, and more.

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