Restaurants, Mediterranean Srdj
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Passengers arriving at the cablecar station atop Mount Srđ can take advantage of this café-restaurant with the jaw-dropping view below, the Old Town, Lokrum island and, off to the right, a stunning sunset. A lot of people stop by just for a coffee or beer but it's worth considering the food menu, which offers good-quality Mediterranean food, reasonably priced for the jaw-dropping location. You can opt for a full Panorama plate of swordfish, sea bass and calamari, Dalmatian ribsteak or a simple pasta dish or salad. Desserts include a Panorama cup of fruit salad, amaretto liqueur and ice-cream. There are sandwiches (steak, club, ham-and-cheese), burgers and breakfasts too.


Venue name: Panorama
Address: Srdj 3
Opening hours: Nov 9am-5pm; Dec-Jan 9am-4pm, Feb-Mar 9am-5pm, Apr 9am-8pm, May 9am-9pm, Jun-Aug 9am-midnight, Sep 9am-10pm, Oct 9am-8pm
Transport: Cablecar
Price: Mains 120-170kn

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Food with a view! 

After a trip up in the cable car I stopped here after a fellow traveller recommended the chocolate and walnut cake - very tasty! I also enjoyed a bellini too!

Never mind the unassuming frontage below the cable car or the view from the restaurant itself, just enjoy the food. They seated nine of us (two families) at two tables to the side, so we were not overlooking the sea, but there are plenty of other viewpoints by the cable car station & we were there for lunch. We ordered salads, sandwiches & burgers & enjoyed them all. Food is delicious & well presented & generous portions - most of the kids (hungry pre-teens) unable to finish their meals. Desserts looked lovely but we were too full to justify puddings. Well worth the trip.


Whether you've walked up Mount Srd or taken the 4 minute cable car journey, Panorama is your drinking and eating destination at the top! With beautiful views over Old Town and the mountains behind, take a good camera and ideas for a few creative poses with you. Service is efficient (don't worry if they're a bit standoffish - the restaurant caters for both walk ins and bookings, so they are just trying to do their best to find you a seat!) and a large beer here will see you off for the journey down. Slightly more expensive than you'll find elsewhere but worth it.