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Restaurant question

philadelphia
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Restaurant question

We are looking for suggestions - our hotel suggested 360 which we probably will do though very expensive. We'd like something less expensive (but not cheap eats) for another night. We're fish eaters, love outside and a view. Thinking inside the walls but open to suggestions. Thank you.

Ellen

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Ely, Minnesota
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1. Re: Restaurant question

Not a fish restaurant but Taj Mahal inside of the walls has excellent food! It's Bosnian food and delicious!

United Kingdom
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2. Re: Restaurant question

It's a taxi ride away, but the best food in Dubrovnik : Konoba Veranda.

Hucknall, United...
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3. Re: Restaurant question

I second the recommendation for Taj Mahal.

Our hotel recommended us Kopun for Croatian food but we didn't make it there, it's supposed to be great though!

I know it's not seafood but Mea Culpa did the best pizza I've had in a looooong time. 🍕

Ely, Minnesota
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4. Re: Restaurant question

I agree with the great pizza at Mea Culpa!

Stockton-on-Tees...
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5. Re: Restaurant question

I agree with all the above had great meals in all of them but our best experience was at Mlinica Ano in Majkovi near Slano quite a way out we were taken there by a tour guide. The food is exceptional all produced on the families own farm. It is a set meal we had freshley made goats cheese, ham and honey then vegetable soup followed by peka lamb and then two desserts all washed down with as much wine as you liked. The grandmother make the goats cheese twice a day. It is a very small place in a beautiful renovated building with the original olive mill. Booking is essential.

philadelphia
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6. Re: Restaurant question

I'm a bit of a coward when it comes to trying food totally out of my comfort zone. I DID however, eat at a Turkish restaurant on the floor in Cappadocia once - and loved it - so I'm not saying never. What kind of food is Croatian food? I mean........ they must have fish made in a special way???

I SO appreciate your time.

Ellen

Sydney
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7. Re: Restaurant question

Delicious Croatian food to try.

Prsut (Prosciutto)

Pag Cheese, (very expensive)

Burek. Excellent for breakfast. I think that all bakeries have it.

Peka, in Dalmatia. Not always easy to find and it might have to be pre ordered. Just be careful how you pronounce this. E is pronounced as in Pet, not as in Pit. You would get some strange looks and giggles if you pronounce E as in Pit.

Lamb from the spit, not always easy to find.

Local fried calamari, not grilled.

Brudet. It is a fish stew, sometimes served with polenta.

Black risotto, don’t be put off by the colour.

Octopus and potato salad.

Silverbeet (Swiss Chard), or Spinach as a side dish instead of salad.

United Kingdom
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8. Re: Restaurant question

Black risotto and Octopus salad are very yummy.

Sarajevo, Bosnia...
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9. Re: Restaurant question

Bosnian (in Taj Mahal) and Turkish are VERY different. Bosnian cuisine e.g. does not use much hot spices at all

Toronto, Canada
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10. Re: Restaurant question

We have had fabulous fish at Rosarji ( sp?) ,at an outside table. It's up a side street, across from the cathedral.

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