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Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music
Nice location, sat for drinks on the cushioned steps to listen to the Buskers that play outside the restaurant and was charged double the price for a local beer than nearly anywhere else we visited, try the steps without the cushions and save alot of...Kuna.More
First night my boyfriend took the ribs over here and then he had to have them the next following evenings as well. He is a huge fan of ribs so they must be good!
We have never been served as good as here. Wonderful atmosphere...and very professional waiters. Thank you so much!More
We had breakfast here every day while on holiday, and couldnt fault anything. The building is beautiful inside and out. In the evenings the square outside holds live music and waiter service while you sit on the steps. Definitely worth a visit!!
Great place, beautiful historical background...
Service is fantastic, idea of bar on stairs is great... nice live music every night with appropriate song selection.
There is variety of drinks with moderate prices (location is strict center so you cannot expect cheep drinks)
We visited this restaurant in winter and as it was the only restaurant that is open inside Split, we decided to drop here for lunch. The restaurant is quite conveniently located opposite of the St Domnius Church, which I guess will make it super crowded...during peak periods.
We were one of the only few tables in winter though, but we still had to wait a while for service. Food was average and adequate to fill your stomach, but won't say it's really special. Staff was still friendly though so appreciate the service. Price is a little on the higher end. Won't say it's a must visit, only if you cannot find food maybe.More