Rogač is a port village in Croatia on the northern coast of Šolta island in the Split-Dalmatia County. It is connected by the D112 highway and by ferry. In the small port with the Port Authority of the island, there is a filling station for cars and boats. Also land in Rogač car ferries. The place belongs to Grohote and has 110 inhabitants.
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4 based on 100 reviews
This is the highest end you can get in the fishermen village Stomoska. We went there 2 times and were not disappointed. We suggest grilled fresh fish and octopus salad. Gosh, marvellous! Service with a smile and lot of humor.
Great entrance to the restaurant with boat. One step from the boat and then you're in the restaurant. Nice place in a nice little village. I had taglitelle with scampi in trufflesauce. This was not a great meal. The pasta was overcooked. The scampi were small pieces of very small shrimps, and there were also very few of them. The sauce was ok, but didn't taste so much. None of us six persons were very satisfied with this lunch, but I'm not sure if there are any better restaurants in this village. Probably not.
4 based on 46 reviews
Went there a few times with my family.. food is OK, not bad, not great, just ok.. the location is amazing, though.. the staff is typically very relaxed, so don't expect fast or efficient service.. but then again you go there for the view and one should never be in a hurry in Croatia..
4.5 based on 94 reviews
After a disappointing dinner at another restaurant in Stomorska we tried this top rated restaurant. Fortunately we were not disapointed. Service was very friendly and the food (especially the sea food) was delicious. The grilled squids, the calamari and the fish filet all were among the best we ever had. By now we have visited the restaurant several times, overall lovely fresh food, excellent service and great value.
4 based on 166 reviews
The restaurant "SISMIS" is situated in the beautiful natural bay Sesula, on the Island Solta, close to the harbour Maslinica. It offers a beautiful view over the sea, good food and a good atmosphere. In the high season it becomes very crowded, so a reservation for the table and/or for a mooring place on the sea for your boat is required. Come and visit us! Thanks!
We were a group of 10, and with a reservation were greeted and seated swiftly. Choosing what to eat was a presentation in itself, with the server bringing over a selection of fish caught that day, and we could choose what we wanted (which would actually be the fish he showed to us). Between us we chose three different type of fish, all cooked well and very tasty.
On a warm summer's evening, it's a very comfortable spot to be - large open (but covered) areas to offer views of the water below.
The meal was a little more expensive than we had expected for Croatia but we were given a complimentary digestif at the end of the evening. Nice touch to finish.
4 based on 73 reviews
We're perfect for special occasions business meetings, weddings, or just a great day or evening on dry land. Dock right at our front door, visit our new marina facilities. Dine on haute Mediterranean cuisine.
Had dinner with family on the last day of our boat cruise along Croatian coast. We moored in the Martinis marina and had dinner at the restaurant. Food and wine was great, especially whole grilled fish, service excellent and views unforgettable.
4 based on 30 reviews
We tried grilled meat and a mix of veggies: french fries (home made!), smashed potatoes (really tasty with a splash of tomatoes and onion) and blitva. We asked for goat cheese, really good and served with a twist of local olive oil.
House red wine was amazing and strong enough to accompany meat. We finished with carob cake.
The young waitress was super kind.
Lovely, traditional and really suggested especially for grilled food.
200 kunas in 3 was also another sign of our happyness after dinner.
You should pass here and stop: you can leave your car close to the Studenac supermarket and walk along the old school and the playground. Grohote at night is simply magic.
4 based on 21 reviews
We have been lucky, as we set with no reservation with a nice welcome from the Owner. We had a great octopus salad (amazing, with fresh onion and tomatoes), then cuttlefish with fava beans (genius), grilled meat and blitva. Reasonable prices and a professional touch:...MoreAlways nice to hear such a great comment! Thank you! We're glad you had such a great time at our konoba and we hope to see you again soon! Regards from Gornje Selo!
4 based on 136 reviews
We went to Solta for the day and on our walk from the ferry we saw this restaurant and decided we would come back and have lunch. By the time we walked back they were serving customers lunch. A sailboat had arrived with a group and a few other tables had people. We were seated on our own little piece of the rock Terrace. There is indoor Seating as well but no one would sit inside with the beautiful view. We were very thirsty and ordered to draft beers which were served promptly. We took in the view and enjoyed our beers. Then we ordered Aperol spritzers and a starter of octopus carpaccio. Our waitress brought bread and olive oil explaining it was made on the island and had won awards. The octopus was delicious and the olive oil is some of the best we have had, if not the best! The taste is rich and the flavor robust. I ordered the green tagliatelle with fruti di mare and my husband had the risotto with fruti di mare. Both our meals were spectacular! We had white wine with our lunch and enjoyed the scenic view with crystal clear water and green hillsides. Our Terrace had a vine covering so it was shaded. More people came by boat and some swam in the bay right off the dock. Our waitress Petra was very friendly and attentive. We were well taken care of and Petra answered questions about the island and took time with us. Our whole afternoon was dreamy. It was a little sad to have to leave for the ferry. I highly recommend Pasarela!
4 based on 32 reviews
Again...been there with friends, they've got even better!! If you are able do go visit this gem...location, view, amazing food and great friendly staff...they have it all. Be sure you try fish, it's fresh and done perfectly. For sure we are coming next year too.
4 based on 104 reviews
The “Sampjer” Restaurant is located on the island of Solta, in a place called Maslinica. It is 7 minutes’ walk away from the center of Maslinica, at a high ground with a magnificent view of 11 Croatian Islands and the unforgettable sunset. An extremely pleasant surrounding, the combination of fire, sea, the sun and the wind, polite restaurant staff, top quality cuisine specialties as well as bread oven specialties are something you will recognize us for. The restaurant covers 2 closed terraces with panoramic glass around and 100 Seating places. Welcome dear guests !
Read good reviews on Trip Advisor and then met local resident of more than 20 years. His advice, Sampjer has the best veal on the planet. Naturally we went and I ordered veal with very high expectations. Best veal on the planet! Others in our party were not quite as enthusiastic about other orders, but all agreed that we were in an outstanding establishment and were quite satisfied. Service was good and house wine was fine. Prices were a bit more than some other options in town, but the walk is fairly short up the hill and the scenery is actually better than all the reviews saying how fantastic it is.
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