Food and drink
Despite its location, overlooking a fishing harbour, Orhan does a choice of both meat and seafood dishes. Favourites include the juho od gljiva (mushroom soup), škampi na buzaru (shrimps coked in garlic, white wine and parsley), divlja svinjetina (wild boar) and pečena teletina (roast veal). They have very decent house wines too.
The chateaubriand receives a lot of compliments.
It's romantic and relaxing, with a lovely covered terrace overlooking the water, presided over by the floodlit Lovrijenac Fortress perched high upon a rocky mound. It's perfect on a moonlit summer evening. Indoors, there are two floors with wood-panelled dining rooms.
Service can be a little haphazard, especially when it is busy, but the waiters are friendly and polite.
Overlooking a pretty fishing harbour with a kayaking club, it's just outside the old town, a five-minute walk from Pile Gate.
Expect to pay around 500 kuna for a two-course meal for two people, with wine.
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery