Best Croatian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Croatian food in Preko. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Croatian restaurants near you. including Taverna Joso, Al Pacchero, Butler Gourmet&Cocktails Garden, Restaurant & Konoba Petrina, Pet Bunara, 4 Kantuna, Proto Food&More, Restaurant Bruschetta, Zadar Jadera Traditional Restaurant, La Famiglia
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4 based on 925 reviews
Little family restaurant located in the heart of old town Zadar. Best burgers in town! Friendly and attentive service! YOUR BURGER PLACE
We had lunch in La Famiglia thanks to reviews on TripAdvisor. The risotto with shrimps was delicious and vegetarian pasta seemed to be very good (my husband took pasta). It should be a choice for a lunch or dinner, if you're in Zadar.
4 based on 1314 reviews
Traditional dalmatian restaurant in the heart of the old city center. It's cozy ambient and delicious food will make you feel special. Feel the magic of the local cuisine and domestic atmosphere.
After a week of pizzas and pasta, we headed to Jadera on the recommendation of our sailing skipper. Great menu, quality food and service that was fun and friendly.Huge portions (I had the monkfish) so donât do as we did and order starters and mains!!! The âappetisersâ are a full course in themselves!
4 based on 2908 reviews
We simply didnât want a big meal, and the waiter was fabulous in getting us a taste of a local wine to be sure we liked it, and then speedily got us two very tasty and perfectly cooked thin crust pizzas. Sitting outside meant that we were surrounded by smokers... the only negative about this restaurant.
4 based on 1715 reviews
Traditional Dalmatian cuisine with a twist of modern. Taste local, fresh and authentic meals made from finest ingredients. We cook with love, as our grandmothers taught us. Looking forward to your visit! *please note that we do not take reservations.
Loved our meal here. Fantastic service. Great wine. Wonderful atmosphere. Food was spectacular. Overall highly recommended.
4 based on 932 reviews
Friendly service, pleasant atmosphere despite music playing too loudly. I ordered the risotto with roasted vegetables - more accurately, rice with chopped veggies and sauce. Given the saltiness and extreme amount of steam rising off of it, my guess is that it was frozen and reheated in a microwave. It was tasty and filling enough, but not nearly worth the steep price. If you have a microwave, check out the freezer section of your local Spar for a comparable meal at a fraction of the price. Paper napkins, always disappointing at a sit-down place. Typical tourist restaurant, probably no worse than the next. Friendly service was appreciated, and I loved being able to pay by credit card.
4 based on 1940 reviews
The âPet bunara dine & wineââ restaurant is located alongside the square bearing that same name. It has been the enriching and the refining element of the Zadar gastronomic scene for more than 35 years. Constantly changing and adapting throughout the year
Service was slooooow even though the place was completely empty. The waitress seemed as disgruntled as I was that, as a gluten-free vegetarian, the only thing I could order was the pumpkin soup. I couldnât tell if she hated me specifically or if surly was her natural demeanor. The atmosphere looked nice, but I left dispirited.Dear Trishka-9,thank you for your review. I am so sorry to hear that your experience wasn't as expected. Please visit us again and we will make it up to you on the best way we can - entirely free of charge. Hope we meet again...Kind regards,Vladimir
4 based on 35 reviews
We enjoyed our meal at this restaurant immensely. Juri, our waiter, gave excellent recommendations for our lunch, and answered all our questions about the menu ( and Croatia) happily. The fish was very fresh, the grilled vegetables delicious and their boiled potatoes and tomato salad were wonderful. The white wine recommended by Juri was very good and very good value. We are planning another trip back this week before we leave. Highly recommend this restaurant.
5 based on 349 reviews
Traditional Dalmatian cuisine modernly interpreted and served in an enjoyable surroundings accompanied with the best cocktails in town.
Food was excellent and very reasonably priced. Location overlooking the harbour with big glass windows all round. Atmosphere very relaxed and informal but stylish. Staff couldnât be more helpful. Would certainly recommend.
5 based on 168 reviews
My partner and I visited this restaurant as the reviews that we read lead us to believe it was wonderful. Let's just say if you do go I am sure you will like the food but if you don't go you won't be missing much.The food is good but you pay for it and we watched the waitresses pick and choose who they offered a complimentary welcome drink to...which we felt was rude to the tables that weren't offered one.Our food was nice but I wouldn't rave about it. The service was good but not great and when a couple enquired about their bill they were treated disrespectfully.You're not missing anything if you don't visit in our opinion. Dear guest,I need to tell that your review is not correct and unfortunately it is based on the fact that didn't happened.. Let's start from the beginning we Always give a glass of prosecco and finger food to our guests it's the first rule of our restaurant and the second thing you write about was the bill, it was your table not some other's because I remember you, we are very sorry that in Croatia we have 25% of taxes on our bill but that's the way it is, it's not our fault... Thank youAl Pacchero
4 based on 169 reviews
Our 4th meal out here.....not very impressed with the local food. So this gets 4stars based on low expectations and good service, but to be honest tasteless sea bass and over cooked chard and potatoes donât do it for us. Not fussy eaters, but have found Zadar food overpriced and tasteless, so this is better than most but think we will be off to Crete /Greece in future for better priced and quality food
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