Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Sinj, Dalmatia, Croatia. Sinj (pronounced [sîːɲ]) (Italian: Signo, German: Zein) is a town in the continental part of Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia. The town itself has a population of 11,478 and the population of the administrative municipality, which includes surrounding villages, is 24,826 (2011).
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We drove up into the mountains for a local speciality frog and eel stew. No luck finding that for lunch but I had grilled frogs with bacon potatoes and garlic.The combination of the local bacon and the frogs made from fish excellent meal and good value.
5 based on 31 reviews
After the stressful shopping at the outlet stores nearby this is a perfect traditional restaurant to end the day. We didnât expect to find such a restaurant in that small village.We were hearty welcomed and entered through the back door. :-)Ordering is uncomplicated: no menu - just 2 choices.The house wine was excellent as well.Cool and friendly waiters.At the end we paid half of what we were used to pay elsewhere.Unfortunately we didnât discover it earlier.Two thumbs up! Big recommendation.
We had dinner in this restaurant and we were a bit disappointed for number of reasons. It was pretty loud with kids jumping in the jumping castle, waiter has to walk over hundred steps to the bar/ restaurant to get an order and another 100 to come back, so pretty slow service and food for four was served one meal at a time. Waiting time for drinks was the same. Portions are pretty big, but not that tasty comparing to a nearby Lovac. Definitely not the top restaurant when it comes to food quality, but price wise was OK.
5 based on 32 reviews
Popular restaurant located in Trilj since 1969. The only real restaurant, with North American standards available in that area. Nothin else comes close to its standards. Postal code 21240. near Split and Sinj
Lovac tries hard and succeeds in representing he area's cuisine, from springtime lamb, to summertime snails (escargot) and frogs, to wintertime 'arambasici' and smoked mutton. They are particularly good with local game.One advice is to ask for the day's specials instead of ordering from the huge menu. Some out of season menu items might be below par.
Wonderfull evening, servis, everythingJazz, soul, funk live music.. Gin & tonic, Cocktails, 30 diferent kind of coffee..
Kod Luke serves homemade and locally made food and wines, and they put on a fabulous meal. I loved absolutely everything I ate, from the homemade prosciutto served with fried bread and mild cheese, to the arambasi cabbage rolls. Apricot crepes for dessert finished the meal perfectly. Set in the countryside, Kod Luke is worth the short drive from Sinj!
4 based on 40 reviews
Was there yesterday with my boyfriend and his parents. We have been in several well-scored restaurants in Split the 3 previous days and can proudly tell this one had the second best food, way better than some renowned very pricey restaurants in Split. The waiter was really polite and was keen to help us with our order. Also, first time in the 4 days that someone asked would we like dessert and coffee afterwards. In all of the previous encounters we had to call the waiter to ask for desserts ourselves.
4 based on 43 reviews
Food was great, portions were big and we were full by the end of the dinner. Staff was friendly and courteous although we came 9.30pm. Food tasted little bit salty but exquisitely tasty. I would warmly recommend this place to everybody.
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