The interior of this rustic konoba, the former Gust, off Bol’s main square is a collection of weathered green shutters, wine bottles, giant floor plants and wicker lampshades under a wooden-beamed ceiling. Tables spread outside and line the foyer, done up with traditional farm equipment and pictures of celebrities. The homely atmosphere brings folks in but it’s the food, as they say, which brings them back. The gregada – a stew of boiled fish, scampi, shells, potatoes, onions and herbs – is the speciality, as is Dalmatian pašticada. There are also lovely steaks, lobster spaghetti and veal served over rice with a tomato, cream and cheese sauce – plus a wonderful selection of top-end reds and whites.
|Venue name:||Konoba Dalmatino|
|Opening hours:||Easter-Nov noon-2am daily|