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Mediterranean
3 reviews
The vibe might be more like an upmarket wine bar, but the food is top-notch here too. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Avoid the many touristy Dalmatian konobas (taverns) and head instead to Konoba Matejuška, tucked into a tight alley in the quaint Varoš neighborhood just off Riva — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
This splendid new venture from a Croatian who has spent many years in Berlin, lies on the western boundary of Diocletian's Palace, near the Riva, and shares an old building, smartly done up — Time Out
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Mexican
2 reviews
A five-minute walk from the Riva, this smart but affordable neighbourhood konoba is a good place for traditional Dalmatian lunches, with squid risottos, simple fish fillets and homemade-pasta. — Time Out
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2 reviews
Sumica is an upscale restaurant with one of the most romantic atmospheres in Split, and it serves some of the most pristinely fresh seafood in town — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
The menu is classic Dalmatian, too—crni rižot (black risotto made from cuttlefish ink) and barbecued fresh fish served with blitva sa krumpirom (Swiss chard and potatoes). — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Lvxor's café in the heart of the palace is already one of the most popular meeting places in town — Time Out
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Offering great-quality Dalmatian fare, this friendly little Veli Varoš tavern features daily specials such as cuttlefish brujet (a flavour-packed seafood stew – highly recommended). — Lonely Planet
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3 reviews
A locals' favourite, just outside the palace walls, this low-key joint offers great-quality Dalmatian mainstays that change daily – think calamari, risotto, stuffed peppers – at reasonable prices. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Stop in at Uje Oil bar and sample some of the region's best olive oil along side a choice selection of Croatia's best cheese, prosciutto, and wine. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Start with a plate of local oysters before diving into the Nostromo plate, which includes sautéed shrimp, squid, mussels, scallops, and clams tossed with olive oil and parsley. — Concierge
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Italian
3 reviews
The food is classic Dalmatian, with a decent brujet (seafood stew), fresh mussels in a tomato and parsley sauce, or grilled tuna with capers. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
This sleek restaurant and cafe on grand Trg Republike offers excellent international fare, including refined seafood dishes — Lonely Planet
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Pizza
2 reviews
The dining-room walls are hung with seascapes and fishing nets, and the waiters wear traditional Dalmatian waistcoats. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
In the vein of "slow food," the kitchen gives great care to seasonal ingredients and presentation. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Occupying the same panoramic terrace as the former Bekan, the Kadena boasts fabulous views over Zenta Marina towards the distant islands — Time Out
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Japanese
2 reviews
Croatians are not known for being big sushi lovers, but this sushi bar, with its fresh seafood and simple dishes, is winning people over — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
The best of the Riva eateries, this waterfront brasserie's outdoor tables are the perfect vantage point for watching the passing parade — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
Rabbit pate, yes. Prawn and truffle pasta, yes. Just couldn't put a foot wrong tonight. — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
With lots of seafood and salad options, the presentation of food is eclipsed only by the flavor. — Fodor's
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