Around the corner from the car park for Zlatni Rat beach, this could easily be a tourist trap. In fact, prices are pretty reasonable and you get free parking thrown in. Along with the grilled langoustines and the seafood salad it’s genuinely good Dalmatian food. The setting sells it: an expansive terrace with the greenest grass you’re likely to see in Croatia, divided up into various sections by well trimmed hedges, manicured firs and stone troughs brimming with plants and flowers.
The Brač restaurant scene isn't straightforward. Of course, the busy places in Bol and Supetar fill around their respective harbours. However, it is not here that you will fall upon the best restaurants, but in the centre of the island. Finding these places may take a little work but once there you’ll get a real taste of what Brač is all about. Drop in on a place with a hand-made wooden sign advertising local wine and liqueurs. Stop in and speak – however broken the conversation may be – with locals about what it took to get your meal on the table. You won’t be disappointed.