Discover Restaurants offering the best Croatian food in Supetar, Dalmatia, Croatia. Supetar (Croatian pronunciation: [sǔpetar], Italian: San Pietro della Brazza) is a town and a city on the northern side of the Dalmatian island of Brač, in the Split-Dalmatia County, in Croatia. It became the island's official centre in 1827. The City of Supetar includes the town Supetar and the three villages Splitska, Škrip and Mirca.
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4 based on 231 reviews
We had a quite and good dinner here; you can see the grilled fish in the fireplace, well cooked and cordial service!
4 based on 142 reviews
Everything about a visit to Konoba Toni is first rate from the setting in the lovely old hamlet to the excellent food. The restaurant is very old and has a wonderful period charm to the interior. Wines, spirits, cheese and hams are made on site and many of the ingredients used in the food are home grown or from very local sources. The proprietor, family and staff are very friendly and pleased to help with the choice of food. We had the âspecialâ of the day which was a very good goulash, preceded by home cured prosciutto and cheese. A chat with the kitchen staff and owner confirmed their commitment to simple but outstanding food. Something which has been lost by some of the more sophisticated, shall we say, chefs.
4 based on 612 reviews
Really a rare place where they get everything right - products, taste, presentation, service, decoration, atmosphere. No refinement, don't get me wrong - products are fresh local fish, meat and vegetables, cooking is in rustic Italian style, presentation is large plates and shabby casserols, service is with a salted islander's joke. Decoration is a tiny square and a simple street of old stone houses, one of the few places in Supetar without seaview. Atmosphere is of a place where people for many years are having wonderful dinners. Everything we had was from good to excellent - not a single mediocre dish for five visits.And yes, they do the best fried potato I had ever have.
4 based on 240 reviews
We came for family lunch. We booked table which I recommend you to do, therefore we had nice table in deep shade.Food was delicious home made. For starter I recommend home cheese. Fantastic!!Soup was like my motherâs.Meet from grill was good. They are not offering to wide choice of vines, but local wine is very good.If you are coming to Postira this restaurant is the must.
5 based on 63 reviews
We offer you an astonishing view and absolutely delicious food which is prepared on an outdoor fireplace! It's an amazing taste of a true mediteranian atmosphere!
After leaving another local restaurant due to terrible service (no service) this restaurant was a great find.Our waitress Metka was so helpful, attentive and friendly advising us on local specialities and the provenance of the local food.Both the sea bass and salmon were excellent served with fresh salad, local vegetables and the crispest potato fries. The portions were large and well cooked.Would highly recommend as a great place worth eating at.Thank you very much for dining with us at Dvor and for taking the time to write us such a lovely review.I'm glad you had an exceptional dinner and received great service.I will definitely share your compliments with the team.We're looking forward to your next visit already.Kind regards,Metka B.
4 based on 376 reviews
we had grilled lamb that was very very good. I always try it when in Croatia and that was one of the best. Thank you. Pork with mushrooms and risotto with dried tomatoes and shrimps were also very good. We will definitely visit this place again and we recommend it
4 based on 304 reviews
Lovely setting, wry friendly hosts.. loved the welcome with Lemoncello or Grappa.. then it went downhill.. food service ok, food ok at best, portions small.. mussels are fresh not farmed so come with full beards.. in summary pricey for what it is, circa 50% more than other similar pmaces
4 based on 492 reviews
What makes tavern Kopacina so unique, is original BraÄ cuisine, especially BraÄ lamb specialties. Sheep s cheese, skuta, genuine BraÄ Â«vitalacÂ», and famous lamb on a spit are some of our best specialties. All sorts of âpekaâ meals, international meat dish
This was the best meal we had on Brac. It is worth the trip to the small town of Donji Humac. We had a platter for 2 with four kinds of grilled meat - pork, lamb, veal and beef, garnished with grilled vegetables, risotto with mushrooms and a side of French fries. It was simply delicious, the meat was so tender it melted in your mouth. Prices are really good for what you get and to have an idea, we paid almost half the price for a beer, compared to Bol.
4 based on 146 reviews
Went here for dinner, we managed to get the last table for 4 without booking. Lovely setting and although menu is small is has everything youâd probably want.Tuna, burger, chicken Kiev and carbonara were all lovely.Staff were great and friendly which was unusual for Supetar.
5 based on 221 reviews
GospodnetiÄ family will walk you through the history of the house, while a home-made, authentic cuisine will offer a unforgettable gourmet delight. Dol and renaissance konoba are the perfect choice for everyone who wants to taste real and authentic Dalmat
My girlfriend and I visited here for a late lunch one beautiful Tuesday afternoon. Her family is from the island but weâd never visited this restaurant. We drove an hour to get there and were not disappointed. I had the vegetarian risotto, maybe the best risotto Iâve ever had, so light and fresh, and my girlfriend had the grilled fish. She loved it and wont stop going on about the cute eggplant and potato side. The appetizers were great, the desserts were delicious, we had the orange cake and the hrapoÄuÅ¡a cake and both were so good and the wine was great too. We bought another bottle as a gift as we left. The location is beautiful and the view is perfect. Weâve agreed to come back here at least once for every visit to Brac. Take a tour through the house too if you can, itâs nice.
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