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All reviews seafood spaghetti stuffed calamari carob cake brodetto potatoes goulash sea bass swiss chard fresh fish salad lamb hand written menu old town great seafood narrow alley house white wine side street
We ate brudet with polenta. Polenta was cold,brudet was unsalted and half cold,we wainted about half an hour to get food,and we were the only one there with 6 people staff. We waited to get one glass of water 15 min. The worst thing is...More
I feel bad giving it an average review because the staff was nice and their speciality dish was probably was amazing, but our food was just average.
My husband ordered a shellfish pasta dish. It was fine but we had better seafood pasta back in...More
We'd asked our hotel for a local experience and he said this was a goodie. He was right. A 1 page hand-written menu in a tiny spot (4 tables) where you can see the chef cooking - fantastic! I had the sea bass which came...More
This restaurant was recommended by the B & B we were staying (Grgur Ninski Rooms which I would recommend). We had a delicious dinner with lovely fresh seafood. My husband had a seafood pasta and I had a shrimp risotto, starting with a caprese salad....More
We settled on this place after wandering around the bewildering alley ways of the old town as we liked the look of the 'rustic' handwritten menu and the cosy setting. The Dalmatian goulash turned out to be a good choice - hearty meat chunks in...More
Bajamont is a kanoba style place. They must have 10 serves of each menu item and once they are all gone it gets crossed off the menu. We had to re-order 2 of our 4 dishes as other diners had beaten us to the final...More
Recommend to us by a local and near our rented appartment.
Slow cooked lamb and peas were a hit and I had what in England would be called whitebait. Both excellent and if you eat n the kitchen side of the road, cosy and charming...More