We were enticed into this pretty restaurant, by the veranda overlooking the bay.
The staff were relaxed and served us at a leisurely pace (we waited 25 minutes for the bill, despite asking several times), but if you're out for a slow dinner, then this is the place.
We ate the Dalmatinski ham to start, which was very tasty- then the mixed grill and risotto for the main courses. The mixed grill came with an assortment of grey, over-cooked meat, swimming in grease, whilst the risotto was average. The best thing about this restaurant, aside from the location, is the house red wine, which was the best we'd tried in the area.
To conclude, this is a fine restaurant for basic holiday food, but if you were looking for a culinary delight, look elsewhere.
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