Food and drink
Favourite starters include tuna carpaccio (raw tuna marinated in lemon juice) and octopus salad. Depending on the day’s catch you’ll get a choice of fresh fish - sea bream, scorpion fish or John Dory – which are generally barbecued and served with fresh salad. Mate’s wife, who is Czech, makes the desserts.
This is the place to try the local speciality, Bračka popara, a delicious stew made from fish, lobster, onions, potatoes, tomatoes, white wine and chopped parsley.
Informal and cosy, Vinotoka has a wooden beamed dining room plus an open-air terrace.
The waiters are welcoming and friendly.
Vinotoka lies up a narrow stone alley, a couple of blocks back from Supetar harbour. You’ll easily spot it as there’s an enormous ship’s anchor outside. It’s also just a five-minute walk from [node:171089].
Depending on what you order, you can expect to pay in the region of 500 kuna for a two-course meal for two.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- No fuss