Food and drink
While reading the menu, you’ll be given a complimentary glass of homemade rakija (a potent spirit). Choose from soup (the lobster soup is reputedly excellent), freshly caught fish, grilled squid, charcoal-grilled steaks and salads.
Try the Ekvinocijo plate – a selection of the day’s fresh fish, served with blitva sa krumpirom (potatoes and Swiss chard with garlic and olive oil).
Relaxing and peaceful, it's a little removed from the more touristy spots, in a narrow side street with tables and wicker chairs on a small leafy outdoor terrace.
Expect a warm and friendly reception.
Hidden away between the cathedral and the seaward city walls, it's near the [node:170968].
Expect to pay around 500 kuna for a two-course meal for two people, with wine.
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- No fuss