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Dalmatian Coast restaurants

So, you like fish? The waters surrounding the islands are pristinely clean and quite salty, which makes Croatian seafood particularly tasty. No surprise, then, that grilled fish is a staple on menus, usually served with potatoes. Other sure bets include grilled squid stuffed with prosciutto (called pršut) and slow-roasted octopus in a salad of potatoes and onions lathered in olive oil. The bill for a fish dinner for four, family-style, can easily start at $100 and rise quickly.

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Adio Mare, Korčula Town, Korčula

The oldest family-run restaurant in Korčula is still a place where locals gather at shellacked picnic tables to devour mussels dripping with oil, garlic,...more

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Cukarin, Korčula Town, Korčula

This Korčula sweet shop brims with candies, local wines, and liqueurs. The cookies, though, merit many returns. Try a klasun, filled with walnut cream; a...more

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Kaliopa, Vis Town, Vis

Vis, 28 miles into the Adriatic from the nearest coast, feels more secluded than its sister islands. Kaliopa echoes this sensibility: Hidden in a garden next to...more

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Kopačina, Brač

You know the food is good when the mix of customers includes white-dusted workmen from Brač's stone quarries and rich yachties who venture off the boat to...more

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Labirint, Split

You can get a decent meal at the traditional, touristic restaurants in Split's Old Town. But Labirint, hidden on a narrow lane past Trg Gaje Bulata across from...more

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Luna, Hvar Town, Hvar

Italians love Hvar, and they especially love Luna—one of the few places on the island that might be described as glam. Owner Tomislav Rudan understands...more

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Mate, Pupnat, Korčula

Pupnat is a small village in Korčula's hills, but make the 15-minute drive from Korčula Town for what might be your crowning meal in Dalmatia. The...more

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Nostromo Restaurant, Split

Savvy globe trekkers know that to find a good seafood restaurant you head for the local fish market. Split's market is worth a wander, with its singing,...more

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Pojoda, Vis Town, Vis

Tucked away in an alley in the neighborhood of Kut, Pojoda is renowned for its full-bodied interpretations of ancient recipes. Our recommendation: the brodetto,...more

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Restaurant Macondo, Hvar Town, Hvar

The owners of the increasing number of impossibly expensive yachts bobbing just off Hvar are lured onto land by this spot in Groda, Hvar town's oldest...more

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