Frane Radić 14, Bol, 21420
- Recommended for:
- Couples, Culture vultures, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Mature travellers, People watching, Relaxation, Sightseeing
Expert review of Konoba Gušt
If you’re looking for somewhere in Bol to eat authentic seafood and drink decent local wine, I’d recommend you come to Gušt. Housed in a renovated fisherman’s storehouse, in a side street just back from the harbour, it’s cosy and welcoming, and offers a good range of traditional Dalmatian fare.
The menu features delights such as salata od jastoga (lobster salad), spaghetti frutti di mare (seafood spaghetti with shrimps, mussels and clams) and lignje na žaru (grilled squid). They also offer fresh fish daily, with the choice depending on the previous night’s catch, as well as succulent rump steaks with chips.
The house specialities are two Dalmatian classics: brodet (fish stewed in onions, tomato and wine, served with polenta) and pašticada (beef stewed in sweet wine with prunes, served with gnocchi).
Gušt’s homely dining room is decorated in rustic style, with heavy wooden tables and benches, and walls hung with old-fashioned farming and fishing implements and framed black and white photos. There are a handful of tables outdoors.
Expect friendly and attentive service.
It's in the centre of Bol, a short distance back from the seafront and just a 10-minute walk from Bluesun Hotel Borak
Expect to pay around 400 kuna for a two-course meal for two, with wine, or more if you choose the day's fresh fish.
More information on Konoba Gušt:
- Price guide:
- Bistro, Restaurant
- Mediterranean, Seafood, Steak, Traditional
- Frane Radić 14, Bol, 21420
- 021 635911
- Lunch, Dinner
- Opening times:
- May-October: daily noon-midnight.
- Accepts Credit Cards:
- Not possible