Best Restaurants in Split, Croatia

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Restaurant Dvor

Restaurant Dvot is located 20 minutes walk from the old town. Dvor has a beautiful outdoor garden seating with views over the sea. Make a reservation in advance to get one of their best tables. The restaurant has a stunning location, good food and attentive staff. Their meat and fish dishes are excellent, many are prepared on a charcoal grill, and they have very good desserts. The place is not cheap, but it is a good value for money.

Cost: $$$

Recommendation: Octopus Salad- so tender or Grilled Fish of the day

Corto Maltese

Image result for Corto Maltese split croatiaOpened in April 2015, Corto Maltese quickly gained regular patrons for its cozy interior, laid-back atmosphere, friendly stuff, great food, big portions, and affordable prices. Food is fresh and made on spot. Corto Maltese is more of a hang out place than your typical restaurant. It serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but you can also just pop up here for a coffee, or a local beer. Good value for money.

Cost: $

Recommendation: Hearty Breakfast

Bokeria

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Bokeria is a new star on Split’s restaurants sky. Open in 2015, the owners of this place were inspired by Barcelona’s famed market – La Boqueira. This is the exact vibe they created in their restaurant in Split. Two-story interior is beautifully decorated, modern and airy. The menu includes a selection of Croatian tapas-style dishes, but also full meals. Menu changes seasonally. Excellent choice of Croatian wines!

Cost: $$$

Recommendation: Truffle Burger and Wine one of the best burgers I have ever had

Wine & Cheese Bar Paradox

Image result for Wine & Cheese Bar ParadoxWine & Cheese Bar Paradox is the the most popular Split restaurant on Tripadvisor. This is not a full-service restaurant. It is a wine & cheese bar, offering over 100 wine labels (many of them served by glass) and choice of small bites (cheese, prosciutto, olives, etc.). It is well located, just few minutes walk from the Palace. Staff is very knowledgeable and eager to help you to choose food and pairing wines. This is very helpful, especially if you are not familiar with Croatian wines. It can be crowded on summer evenings, especially over the weekend.

Cost: $$$

Recommendation: Wine, cheese and meat plate can’t go wrong

Tavern Kod Hvaranina

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Tavern Kod Hvaranina is a shabby looking restaurant, just out of the Palace walls. Restaurant has a really weary look, but the food is very good. Besides, I like places with such an interior as they make me feel nostalgic, reminding me of some other times. It is a small, family-run restaurant, and you feelit. The service is really warm and welcoming. The food is homely, fresh and tasty. They serve a very good traditional baby beef stew with gnocchi (Cro. pasticada). Seafood served here comes from local fishermen. Prices are reasonable. Cash only.

Cost: $

Recommendation: Pašticada

 

About Danielle

Hi, I'm Danielle a traveling blogger who’s lucky enough to see the world. There are a lot of layers to this blog, which resembles me. Ultimately, this is a lifestyle blog balancing my life of travel, fashion, fitness, and everyday adventures. Welcome Abroad!

Hi, I'm Danielle a traveling blogger who’s lucky enough to see the world. There are a lot of layers to this blog, which resembles me. Ultimately, this is a lifestyle blog balancing my life of travel, fashion, fitness, and everyday adventures. Welcome Abroad!

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