Came there for a family lunch, we had no kunas and asked if they accept cards. The said the did, but when it came the paying "the machine was no good", we ended up paying part of the bill in euro and part sending with a boat (restaurant is on a small island) to the restaurant after visiting nearest cash machine. That's the best they could offer to settle this.
The food is very average. Soups are ok. Lobster is overpriced and didn't look fresh, rice inedible. Other fancy sea food dishes look like average quality fish'n'chips and squid rings. The only thing that is adequate is season salad (hard to get it wrong).
Toilet is a separate story - there is no dedicated facility for the restaurant and the staff sends to public loo in the same building, ok but it costs 5 kunas. When we asked the waiter it turned out it was actually free for restaurant guests.
Overpriced fast food, go there only as a last resort.
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