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Set in the old city center, our restaurant provides an authentic flavor of Mediterranean cuisine, with only the best, fresh and seasonal locally produced ingredients. We pride ourselves on using traditional recipes with a modern twist and with a lot of love and passion. Our menu offer includes a wide range of meals from seafood specialties such as tuna fish, shrimps to meat and homemade pasta. We also have gluten free options.
For start we are eat platte Apetit, mean meal we are eat sous-vide chicken and monkfish with leek risotto, glass of Croatian wine Sauvignon Blanc Galic. Waiter was recommended these meals and wine and we didn't regret. Tnx Soo Much, see you again!!!
This is a great hidden gem. It is unfortunate that they do not have a street level presence. We stopped in after passing by multiple times while exploring Split. The waiter was very good and gave us great suggestions regarding the menu. Wonderful wine selection...More
We went through the top restaurants in Tripadvisor in Split. After Apetit I surely think that the top list should look a bit different. This place we found only because of a lucky accident.
I recommend to reserve a table, not only because it is...More
I am not a vegetarian but, after some heavy meals, wanted a light starter to my meal. I ordered the "seasonal salad" which last week was this cold pea, bean, radish and mint concoction which was out of this world. I've never had anything like...More
get the smoked fish risotto-excellent as well as the shrimp pate. Great house wine and as good as most reasonable bottles but so much cheaper.. Great warm helpful service. The fish soup was also excellent. For seafood lovers this is a good option.
I would rate this a 4.5 if I could.
It’s not necessarily that easy to get a great meal for a decent price in Split, but this place delivers. The seafood risotto (not the black ink kind) was the best we had in Croatia, it...More
Me, my brother and our wives were walking around Split just trying to get a feel for the places we were seeing for dinner, when we saw a sign "Apetit". Being french Canadian" I recognized it as meaning appetite and it tickled our fancy.