Thursday, 2 March 2017

Budget Dubrovnik: Fat Cat

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Fast food Dubrovnik: Vita Bella

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Fast food Dubrovnik: Tutto bene (Pizzeria fast food)

Nestled in the Old Town, Tutto bene pizzeriea offer (very!) big portions of sandwiches, kebabs, cheesburgers, hamburgers, pizzas and a very popular fry’n’dip crunchy fries coupled with chicken nuggets. There is also a wide choice of salads if you feel guilty for eating only the fast food.

Ul. od Puča 7, 20000, Dubrovnik

Phone: +385 20 323 353
 
Mon - Sun: 9 a.m. - 11.9 p.m.
Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Pizzerias in Split: The City's Wood-fired Staple Food

 

Please see below list of preferred pizzerias in Split. Pizza is a staple food for Croatians and in Split, they knock out killer food fired sensations. Click read more to get an insider's scoop on each eatery. The list is ever increasing (as is the size of our stomach) as we personally pay these joints a visit to give you an honest insight into the eateries in Split.

 

Pizzeria Gušt

(Slavićeva 1; +385 (0)21 486 333; www.pizzeria-gust.hr)

This is a pizza joint that know their craft and haven’t tried, like many others, to ruin it by expanding their menu in all directions thinkable. Pizzeria Gušt is a pizzeria that only serve pizza, period…read more.

Pizzeria Bakra

(Radovanova 2; +385 (0)21 488 488)

Pizzeria Bakra is one of the oldest pizzerias in town and has been serving patrons for over 30 years…read more.

Pizzeria Galija

Pizzeria Galija is smack bang in the center on a side street to Marmontova and has become a local pizza institution over the past two decades…read more.

Pizzeria-Restaurant Movi

A newly opened one-stop dining spot in the Firule neighborhood to please the whole party and with a killer wood-fired oven pizza...read more

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Pizzeria Galija: A Pizza Institution

Pizzeria Galija is smack bang in the center on a side street to Marmontova and has become a local pizza institution over the past two decades, but their menu prices have been growing as the venue ages too. 

On my annual summer breaks in Croatia, I vividly remember begging my parents to go to Galija for pizza; we always sat in the same booth with views to the pizzaiolo knocking out quattro stagionis by the dozen. Growing up in swanky Dubai, this down to earth place was a like coming to a kid's restaurant in my world. 

The interiors have not changed since its inception; dark wooden seating, porcelain tile artwork from the 80's, a long bar with stained class deco, and an open wood-fired oven. Although Galija's specialty is pizza, they also have a tempting pasta selection, salads, and meat dishes available. In summer, you can dine on the little terrace in the front.

 

Pizzeria Galija

Tonciceva 12, 21000 Split

+385 (0)21 347 932

 

 

 

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Pizzeria Bakra: The Old School Pizza Place in Split

We all know that pizza originally comes from Italy however, Croatians have adopted this poor man's concoction as their staple food, and if you ask an Italian, they'll agree that Split has some of the best pizza they've ever tasted.

Pizzeria Bakra is one of the oldest pizzerias in town and has been serving patrons for over 30 years. The interiors are really rustic with black wooden benches and tables with red accents and dimmed lighting, not to forget the wood-fired oven where you can see the pizzaiolo in action.

The staff at Bakra have been working there for years, giving this place its soul, and at times, attitude. Their pizza is a little on the greasy side but this is exactly why people are coming back; its a wanted grease... They also make a killer lasagne, perfectly matched with an ice cold beer.

Pizzeria Bakra is located within 5 minutes from Riva heading east down the alley next to the bishop's palace towards Bacvice.

 

Address: Radovanova 2, 21000 Split

Tel: +385 (0)21 488 488

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