Food and drink
Fresh fish and seafood predominate here, with some unexpected twists. Try the gazpacho soup with shrimps, monkfish carpaccio, or pasta with pesto and shrimps. Meat-eaters will love the fillet steak with truffles, while those with a sweet tooth should save room for the semifreddo (a semi-frozen mousse).
I’m not normally a soup person, but here I'd definitely start with the gazpacho with shrimps.
It's cool, relaxed and fun - the upper-floor dining room has stonewalls decorated with brightly coloured swirly modern paintings, with mellow background music playing at just the right volume. As you go upstairs, you’ll pass the open-plan yellow-tiled kitchen on the first floor, so you know where the food comes from. The ground floor dining room has a wooden beamed ceiling.
Expect friendly, professional and relaxed service - they won’t hurry you away once you’ve finished eating.
It's in a narrow stone alley one block back from the main square, close to [node:171307].
Depending on what you order, expect to pay upwards of 500 kuna for a three-course meal for two, with wine.
Tables to book
When you arrive, be sure to go up two flights of stairs to reach the top floor - there’s a ground floor dining room too, but the atmosphere isn’t quite the same. If you're making a reservation, ask for a table on the top floor.
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