Reviews on European food in Drnis, Dalmatia, Croatia including Seoski turizam Kuca Kamena, Gradska Kavana Drnis, Ghetto, Amfora, Konoba Dalmatino, Agro tourism Peace, Hrvoje (Seosko Domacinstvo Krnic), Evala, La Cantinetta, Bonaca
4 based on 175 reviews
On a very wet day we came to this lovely restaurant and ate a brilliant lunch. The cucumber salad tasted like the cucumber had just been picked, seafood spaghetti was divine as was the fish soup. The waitress was very cheerful and helpful. The cheese plate from PAG was delicious also. They clearly grow most of the ingredients themselves which made the meal taste so fresh!
4 based on 190 reviews
Cantinetta is something really special, hidden jewel in wonderful little city. We had excellent time here, and the food was amazing. First we had Cokalice (fried little fish) with Rikola-chips (excellent thing), 3 kind of cheese with oil and Tuna-fish in 3 different ways (mega-tasty). After that we had Swordfish from grill, with Blitva. Perfectly grilled and extremely tasty white fish... We also tried white shells in traditional sauce, also very good. They gave us 3 kind of cakes for dessert, it was hard to say which one was better!!! Cheesecake, Skradinska torta and Choco-cake with little bit of cream... Young waiter, Duje, was very polite and quick, always had right answer about the food. White house-wine was also good, and we enjoyed homemade Visnjevaca at the end, too... This was one of the best lunches in this season. Bravo, Cantinetta!!!
4 based on 278 reviews
Lovely meal, we had some great baby fish, fried squid and a nice chicken dish done on the grill. The onely downside was the salad was very bitter.
Small family restaurant with local food and cheap prices...we have our own products like prosciutto, cheese, wine, liquers, and our garden vegitables...
Our tour guide recommended this place ( along with 2 others) for our lunch stopover en route to Krka National Park, instead of eating at those chain eateries at the park, and we were so glad we took up his suggestion. It was like eating at someone's home terrace, with swallows hovering in their nests around us.This restaurant specializes in spit- cooked food, which requires sufficient advance notice if you wish to have something beyond the order of the day. It was pork when we called to book, which suited us fine. We ordered 1 kg of the meat which was just the right amount for our group of 4 adults and 3 children. It came with roast potatoes basted in pig fat, which was absolutely yummy, accompanied by grilled vegetables. A great salad of tomatoes, cucumber and onions preceded. ( They do takeaways as well, by the way).. Because we did some wine tasting with them as well, of their own home produced red and white wine, they served us bread topped with what has to be one of the best prosciuttos ever, similarly produced by the family. This simply has to be one of our best meals ever. It was a memorable stop, and is highly recommended if you are on the way to Krka or back, just approximately 5 minutes away. To top it off, the bill was the cheapest of all our meals in our hitherto 5 days in Croatia.If we should come round to visiting Krka again, we will be sure to stop over at this restaurant, and next time we'll make sure we call way ahead of time!
Few of us ordered peka - regional dish prepared under iron lid, covered in burning coal. They needed approximately two hours to bake it. I parked in a shade right in front of the yard where was our table waiting for us. The owner Antonio is a very good and warm person, kind and a master of regional cuisine (I won't say "Dalmatian", because such a meal could be found in neighbouring countries either). It was goood. It was gooooooooooood!
4 based on 701 reviews
I really enjoyed the experience of a lunch here. Educated waiters, modern plating, good food, cosy place.Beef soup and tuna steak were really tasty.
This could have been excellent. Lovely setting. Good, helpful staff. Seemed overrun by a large party. Glasses were warm. Beer was warm. Plates for cold starter were hot. Glasses for wine were warm. Starter food was very good. 3 out of 4 main courses were very good. One was to salty to eat. Whilst the waiter acknowledged this and offered a complementary drink to compensate I was still charged for the dish. As this was the last night of our holiday I didn't want to spoil the evening by complaining.This will be a good restaurant when they sort out the small simple errors.
Ghetto is Family business where our first wish is try Guest to be satisfied.
My friend and me where passing by Drnis in our road trip and found this little pizza place there. Staff was very kind, pizza was fabulous and price was really cheap! 2 pizzas, 2 cokes and 1 coffee = 123kn (approx. 16â¬)Highly recommended!
Great stuff, great drinks, everybody should visit this place!! Industrial decoration makes this place special :)
Croatia â as authentic as it can bePakovo selo is a village on a platform overlooking Krka National park, between Dalmatian town Å ibenik and DrniÅ¡. Restaurant âKuÄa kamenaâ is indeed a small village with some 4 or five authentically restored houses. In two houses is dining room, in one is âkantinaâ â the wine cellar â and there one with old âblack kitchenâ, where owner Frane cooks food under âpekaâ or on âraÅ¾anjâ.You can see Frane in action on YouTube:http://tinyurl.com/khap8wxSince it takes about 3 hours to prepare a meal, you have to call and make a reservation.The menu is simple. You can have cheese and prosciutto from the region for appetizer, rind soup and meat and vegetables from âpekaâ or âraÅ¾anjâ. Frane takes care of food, he claims that everything is locally and âhomemadeâ.I was a rainy day so we ate inside, but they have tables in courtyard. We beside appetizer and soup we ate âpivacâ (rooster), veal and lamb with potato from âpekaâ and it was the best peka I ate so far.I think that the place looks very good and the food is just perfect. I suppose they serve lamb to vegetarians :-). If you are carnivore and near it is definitely worth of d-tour.
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