after 2 weeks in Croatia we had tried nearly every local dish so decided Sushi would be a nice change, the restaurant is easy to find and situated in a quiet alley just off the main steps to the monastery, it is small and only has room for about 15/20 people outside with more seats inside. we ordered a selection of sushi, sashimi and salads everything is made to order so it is a little slow but definately worth the wait the fish used is fresh and delicious, and after our first serving we ordered more as it was so good. The Waiter was friendly and knowledgable but seemed to be the only one working so he is quite busy but the drinks and food flowed and we had a lovely evening. well worth a visit.
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