Food and drink
Locals come here to eat fresh pastrva (trout), jegulja (eels) and žabe (frogs) from the river. The menu also features platters of pršut (prosciutto) and sir (cheese), soparnik (like pizza, with a layer of spinach inside), excellent janjetina (roast lamb), and a limited choice of seafood dishes.
The house speciality is lamb and potatoes prepared under a peka. The meat and vegetables are placed in a terracotta pot, which is set upon glowing embers and covered with a peka (a metal dome). This slow-cooking method produces wonderfully tender and flavoursome stews. The bread they serve here is also baked under a peka.
It's informal, with outdoor tables, lots of greenery, and the river as your focal point.
The staff are informal and friendly.
On the banks of the River Cetina, it's 6 km upstream from Omiš, which lies 25 km southeast of Split. A road runs from Omiš to Radmanove Mlinice and there are also regular excursion boats departing from the bridge in Omiš (journey time 40 minutes).
Expect to pay around 350 kuna for a two-course meal for two people with wine.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- Nature / wildlife