Restaurant Galija is the best pizzeria in the area located in Zaostrog right on the Adriatic Sea at ul. Slipper 3. Pizza baked in a real oven, a perennial and guarded recipe for a cake, always fresh ingredients make our customers come back to us every yea
I use to eat pizza at Galija atleast once durimg my vacation in Zaostrog (I have a house there). And I am not a fan of pizza :-)The only thing I would upgrade is an type of artificial light on the terrace, but due to a constant pizza quality ant taste, it's forgivable.Apsolute recommendation for pizza haters - you will change your mind :-)
4 based on 53 reviews
Kod Irene , Chez Irene, At Irene's, is small family restaurant located on beachfront in Gradac. Our driving force is to make you a good food with a smile on our faces. We wish you to enjoy visiting Kod Irene. Irena
Our first visit here was a lovely surprise. Beef & fish soup were tasty and @good price, carpaccion very nice . Meat platter for 2: great value, especially the minced meat servings of cavapcici and meat balls were our favorites. Salad fresh and tasty, copska salad was a big plate with salad and creamy cheese. Very nice, fully satisfied.
4 based on 43 reviews
I had dinner at Malo More several times with my family in July and Avgust 2018. The staff is very friendly and all the dish was really teastfull. We eat fish Orada, different Pizzas and ÄevapÄiÄi in lepinja. They have also very good ice cream and coffe.We recomend Konoba Malo More to all visitors in Gradac. Malo more is TOPPP.
Nice family owned restaurant between Zaostrog and Podaca on the Makarska Riviera, located within the Autocamp Uvala Borova, wide range of food and beverages! Dog friendly :) Looking forward for your visit!
We went there to have lunch, it was fast, the waiter was nice, and the food good. We took two pizzas, pasta, hamburger and a plate of fish, the plate of fish was a very good choice that I really recommend (even for 3)
4 based on 56 reviews
Good food and a great place for cheap food.Ordered chicken filet and fries and it was ok.Good service.
4 based on 67 reviews
We come to Croatia every year. However, first time we decided to try this little restaurant. Restaurant is very, very cute. However, food.... attitude...not so great. I ordered grilled vegetables. What I got, was 8 slices of grilled zucchini. Grilled meat platter....no taste what so ever. Lady never smiled once. We wouldn't go again.
4 based on 124 reviews
After arriving on the ferry, we found this small quaint restaurant not far from the dock. Nice menu. Chose the pasta starter followed by a house salad and a chicken entree served on skewers accompanied by a side of potatoes. Nice service on the beach!
4 based on 143 reviews
The Nicolo Polo Restaurant is one of the oldest still operating restaurants in Gradac. It entered the Polo family in 1988 but was known as " Bartuls place" before that. Has since it opened been known as one of the best places in the whole region to dine i
After reading the excellent reviews we were looking forward to an evening at this restaurant. There were 6 of us in our party. Across the board it was average: service, food and ambiance .Above average price for Gradac but as expected.Dear Duncan and Bev,We appreciate you taking time out of your life to write a review about our restaurant. We at the Nicolo Polo team do not strive to be average, so we hope if you are in the area again you come and visit us, so we can prove to you that we are well above average. V/R
4 based on 148 reviews
A group of 6 visited Gradac in Sept. 2018 and found this by far the best restaurant in Gradac. Food was a very good quality and the service from the waitress was excellent.We ate in the full range of restaurants for lunch and dinner over 6 days. This was the one which was well worth a second visit.
4 based on 23 reviews
We went into a little bar in Vrgorac in search of lunch - but no food was served there. Although he spoke no English a lovely young man led us down an unsealed road to a modern, unimposing building where he left us with the most cheerful, helpful, English-speaking waiter whose name is unpronouncable! We were the only customers, and he cheerfully set us up at a table on the balcony with a lovely view over the rugged countryside up to the fortress (which he told us dated to the Turkish empire).Our lunch was simple, unsophisticated food - and absolutely delicious. The BEST eye fillets (about 300 grams each) served very rare but of such quality you could cut it with a fork! A delicious mixed grill too. Local beers, good wine of the house, and excellent home baked bread to soak up the delicious mushroom gravy. A hugely enjoyable meal - served by a guy with great good humour and generosity. I would absolutely urge you to look for this restaurant even though it's a bit hard to find.
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